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Table of Contents About the Contributors v Introduction: Public and Private? 1 Daniel Beland and Brian Gran 1. Balancing Acts: Trends in the Public-Private Mix in Health Care 25 Debra Street 2. Orienting the Public-Private Mix of Pensions 65 Patrik Marier and Suzanne Skinner 3. Extensive but Not Inclusive: Health Care and Pensions in the United States 104 Christopher Howard and Edward D. Berkowitz 4. The Canadian Paradox: The Public-Private Divide in Health Insurance and Pensions 140 Gerard W. Boychuk and Keith G. Banting 5. New Zealand: The Expansion of the State in a Liberal Welfare Regime 194 Toni Ashton and Susan St. John 6. Much Noise, Little Progress: The UK Experience of Privatization 235 Peter Taylor-Gooby and Lavinia Mitton 7. Sweden: Markets within Politics 272 Karen M. Anderson, Paul Blomqvist, and Ellen M. Immergut 8. Germany: The Public-Private Dichotomy in the Bismarckian Welfare Regime 306 Sven Jochem 9. The Swiss Welfare State: A Changing Public-Private Mix? 334 Fabio Bertozzi and Fabrizio Gilardi 10. The Japanese Familial Welfare Mix at a Crossroads 363 Toshimitsu Shinkawa 11. New Political Legacies and the Politics of Health and Pension Re-reforms in Chile 406 Christina Ewig and Stephen J. Kay Conclusion: Revisiting the Public-Private Dichotomy 441 Brian Gran and Daniel Beland
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