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Welfare and Inequality in Marketizing East Asia.

By: London, Jonathan D.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Studies in the Political Economy of Public Policy Ser: Publisher: London : Palgrave Macmillan Limited, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (455 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781137541062.Subject(s): East Asia-Social policy | Public welfare-East Asia | Welfare state-East AsiaGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Welfare and Inequality in Marketizing East AsiaDDC classification: 361.68095 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Part I Welfare, Inequality, and Marketization -- Chapter 1 Great Transformations -- Introduction -- Marketization -- Comparative Political Economy -- Policy and Theoretical Literature on Welfare, Inequality, and Inclusive Growth -- Welfare and Inequality in Marketizing Social Orders -- Historical Waves of Marketization -- Waves, Cycles, and Empires -- From Development Project to Political Project -- Late 20th and Early 21st Century Marketization -- Marketization Begets Populism and Fascism, Again -- Marketizing East Asia -- Demographic and Socioeconomic Diversity -- Welfare and Human Development -- Inequality -- Social Historical and Institutional Attributes -- Theatres of Marketization -- Contents, Layout, and Claims -- Synoptic Overview of the Chapters -- References -- Chapter 2 Welfare, Inequality, and Marketization -- Welfare, Inequality, and Markets Defined -- Welfare -- Inequality -- Social Stratification and Social Mobility -- Markets and Marketization -- Rival Perspectives on Markets and Welfare and Inequality -- Neoclassical Political Economy -- Critical Political Economy -- Statist Political Economy -- Adjudicating Quasi-Religious Claims -- Divergent Accounts of Welfare, Inequality, and Marketization -- The Historical Progression of Marketization: Consensus to a Point -- Perspectives on Welfare, Inequality, and Marketization -- Governance -- An Embedded Markets Approach -- References -- Chapter 3 Welfare, Growth, and Governance -- Paths to Marketization -- Markets and Temporalities of Incorporation -- The Moving Map of Marketization -- Responses to Marketization: A Preliminary Overview -- Growth and Inequality in Marketizing East Asia -- Income Growth and Poverty Reduction -- Inequality -- The Political Economy of East Asian Growth.
Neoclassical Accounts -- Market Solutions -- Incomes and Inequality -- Critical Accounts -- Statist Accounts -- Marketizing Governance -- Neoclassical Perspectives: Market Enhancing Development -- Statist Perspectives: The Search for Effective States -- Critical Perspectives: Deep Marketization -- Necessary but Insufficient -- References -- Chapter 4 Marketization, Protection, and Inclusive Growth: A New Synthesis -- The 'Quiet Revolution' -- Social Protection and Inclusive Growth, Defined and Contested -- Debating Social Protection and Inclusive Growth -- Market-Centered Perspectives -- Critical Perspectives -- Statist Perspectives -- A Polanyian Double Movement? -- Developmental Welfare States? -- Twenty-First Century Welfare in a Global Market -- References -- Chapter 5 Rethinking Welfare Regimes -- Welfare Regimes Analysis -- The Origins of WRA -- Critical Perspectives -- The "Real World/Dynamism" Critique -- Gender Related Critiques -- Explaining the Emergence and Character of Welfare Regimes -- Extending WRA to East Asia and the World -- Rejecting WRA -- An East Asian Productivist Regime? -- 'Productive' and 'Protective' Welfare States in Developing Countries -- The Comparative Welfare Regime Approach to Global Social Policy -- A Theoretical Framework -- The Broader Diffusion of Welfare Regimes Ideas -- Recent Work on East Asian Welfare Regimes -- Interests, Welfare, and the World Market -- References -- Part II Social Orders and Marketization in Process -- Chapter 6 Welfare, Inequality, and Varieties of Social Order -- Building on and Beyond Welfare Regimes Analysis -- Zooming out: From Welfare Regimes to Social Orders -- Welfare, Inequality, and Social Orders: An Analytic Framework -- Conceptual and Ontological Foundations -- Social Orders -- An Ontological-Realist Conception of Social Orders.
A Multi-scalar, Globally Embedded Notion of Social Orders -- The Constitution and Properties of Social Orders -- Social Orders' Dynamic Properties and Constitution: A Further Specification -- Welfare and Inequality in the Production of Social Order -- Political Settlements (Political Regimes) -- Domination (Domination Regimes) -- Accumulation (Accumulation Regimes) -- Social Reproduction (Welfare Regimes) -- Welfare, Inequality, and Varieties of Social Order -- Cross-National Variety, Subnational Variegation, and Territoriality -- Putting the Framework to Use -- Welfare and Inequality in East Asia: A Matched Case Comparison -- Locating Marketizing East Asia, circa 1985-2018 -- Variation Finding Comparisons: Selecting on Foundations of Social Orders -- A Matched Case Comparison -- Politics: Domination, State Attributes, and State-Society Relations -- Accumulation and Social Reproduction -- Varieties of Social Orders in Marketizing East Asia -- Conclusions and Looking Ahead -- References -- Chapter 7 Developmental Welfare States?: Korea and Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore -- From Developmentalism to Marketization -- Growth, Welfare, and Inequality -- Korea and Taiwan -- The Political Economy of Developmentalism -- After Developmentalism -- Emerging Welfare States? -- Social Policies and Inequality -- Health -- Education -- Social Protection -- Hong Kong and Singapore -- Marketizing Liberal Authoritarianism -- Social Policy and Inequality -- Health -- Education -- Social Protection -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 8 Welfare, Clientelism, and Inequality: Malaysia and Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines -- Marketizing Southeast Asia -- Growth, Welfare and Inequality -- Growth -- Welfare and Inequality -- Historical Paths to Marketization -- Varieties of Clientelism -- Domination -- Accumulation -- Reproduction: Southeast Asian Welfare Regimes.
Marketizing Malaysia and Thailand -- Antecedent Conditions -- The Malaysian Path to Marketization -- The Thai Path to Marketization -- Welfare and Inequality on the Path to Marketization -- The Political Economy of Marketization in Malaysia and Thailand -- Marketizing Malaysia -- Marketizing Thailand -- Growth, Welfare and Inequality -- Political-Class Settlements -- Welfare Regimes -- Health -- Education -- Social Protection -- Indonesia and the Philippines -- Antecedent Conditions -- The Philippine Path -- The Indonesian Path -- Marketization and New Political Settlements? -- Accumulation -- Domination: Clientelism and Patrimonialism -- Welfare and Inequality -- Education -- Health -- Social Protection -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 9 Welfare and Inequality in Market Leninism: China and Vietnam -- Transitions from State-Socialism -- Paths from State Socialism -- Market-Leninism -- Leninist Marketization -- China's Market Transition -- Vietnam's Market Transition -- The Demise of State-Socialist Welfare Regimes -- Market-Leninist Social Policy and Inequality -- Education -- Health -- Social Protection -- The Revolution Is Dead, Long Live the Revoution (?) -- References -- Chapter 10 Afterword: Welfare and Inequality in Marketizing East Asia -- Appendix -- Bibliography -- Index.
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Intro -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Part I Welfare, Inequality, and Marketization -- Chapter 1 Great Transformations -- Introduction -- Marketization -- Comparative Political Economy -- Policy and Theoretical Literature on Welfare, Inequality, and Inclusive Growth -- Welfare and Inequality in Marketizing Social Orders -- Historical Waves of Marketization -- Waves, Cycles, and Empires -- From Development Project to Political Project -- Late 20th and Early 21st Century Marketization -- Marketization Begets Populism and Fascism, Again -- Marketizing East Asia -- Demographic and Socioeconomic Diversity -- Welfare and Human Development -- Inequality -- Social Historical and Institutional Attributes -- Theatres of Marketization -- Contents, Layout, and Claims -- Synoptic Overview of the Chapters -- References -- Chapter 2 Welfare, Inequality, and Marketization -- Welfare, Inequality, and Markets Defined -- Welfare -- Inequality -- Social Stratification and Social Mobility -- Markets and Marketization -- Rival Perspectives on Markets and Welfare and Inequality -- Neoclassical Political Economy -- Critical Political Economy -- Statist Political Economy -- Adjudicating Quasi-Religious Claims -- Divergent Accounts of Welfare, Inequality, and Marketization -- The Historical Progression of Marketization: Consensus to a Point -- Perspectives on Welfare, Inequality, and Marketization -- Governance -- An Embedded Markets Approach -- References -- Chapter 3 Welfare, Growth, and Governance -- Paths to Marketization -- Markets and Temporalities of Incorporation -- The Moving Map of Marketization -- Responses to Marketization: A Preliminary Overview -- Growth and Inequality in Marketizing East Asia -- Income Growth and Poverty Reduction -- Inequality -- The Political Economy of East Asian Growth.

Neoclassical Accounts -- Market Solutions -- Incomes and Inequality -- Critical Accounts -- Statist Accounts -- Marketizing Governance -- Neoclassical Perspectives: Market Enhancing Development -- Statist Perspectives: The Search for Effective States -- Critical Perspectives: Deep Marketization -- Necessary but Insufficient -- References -- Chapter 4 Marketization, Protection, and Inclusive Growth: A New Synthesis -- The 'Quiet Revolution' -- Social Protection and Inclusive Growth, Defined and Contested -- Debating Social Protection and Inclusive Growth -- Market-Centered Perspectives -- Critical Perspectives -- Statist Perspectives -- A Polanyian Double Movement? -- Developmental Welfare States? -- Twenty-First Century Welfare in a Global Market -- References -- Chapter 5 Rethinking Welfare Regimes -- Welfare Regimes Analysis -- The Origins of WRA -- Critical Perspectives -- The "Real World/Dynamism" Critique -- Gender Related Critiques -- Explaining the Emergence and Character of Welfare Regimes -- Extending WRA to East Asia and the World -- Rejecting WRA -- An East Asian Productivist Regime? -- 'Productive' and 'Protective' Welfare States in Developing Countries -- The Comparative Welfare Regime Approach to Global Social Policy -- A Theoretical Framework -- The Broader Diffusion of Welfare Regimes Ideas -- Recent Work on East Asian Welfare Regimes -- Interests, Welfare, and the World Market -- References -- Part II Social Orders and Marketization in Process -- Chapter 6 Welfare, Inequality, and Varieties of Social Order -- Building on and Beyond Welfare Regimes Analysis -- Zooming out: From Welfare Regimes to Social Orders -- Welfare, Inequality, and Social Orders: An Analytic Framework -- Conceptual and Ontological Foundations -- Social Orders -- An Ontological-Realist Conception of Social Orders.

A Multi-scalar, Globally Embedded Notion of Social Orders -- The Constitution and Properties of Social Orders -- Social Orders' Dynamic Properties and Constitution: A Further Specification -- Welfare and Inequality in the Production of Social Order -- Political Settlements (Political Regimes) -- Domination (Domination Regimes) -- Accumulation (Accumulation Regimes) -- Social Reproduction (Welfare Regimes) -- Welfare, Inequality, and Varieties of Social Order -- Cross-National Variety, Subnational Variegation, and Territoriality -- Putting the Framework to Use -- Welfare and Inequality in East Asia: A Matched Case Comparison -- Locating Marketizing East Asia, circa 1985-2018 -- Variation Finding Comparisons: Selecting on Foundations of Social Orders -- A Matched Case Comparison -- Politics: Domination, State Attributes, and State-Society Relations -- Accumulation and Social Reproduction -- Varieties of Social Orders in Marketizing East Asia -- Conclusions and Looking Ahead -- References -- Chapter 7 Developmental Welfare States?: Korea and Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore -- From Developmentalism to Marketization -- Growth, Welfare, and Inequality -- Korea and Taiwan -- The Political Economy of Developmentalism -- After Developmentalism -- Emerging Welfare States? -- Social Policies and Inequality -- Health -- Education -- Social Protection -- Hong Kong and Singapore -- Marketizing Liberal Authoritarianism -- Social Policy and Inequality -- Health -- Education -- Social Protection -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 8 Welfare, Clientelism, and Inequality: Malaysia and Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines -- Marketizing Southeast Asia -- Growth, Welfare and Inequality -- Growth -- Welfare and Inequality -- Historical Paths to Marketization -- Varieties of Clientelism -- Domination -- Accumulation -- Reproduction: Southeast Asian Welfare Regimes.

Marketizing Malaysia and Thailand -- Antecedent Conditions -- The Malaysian Path to Marketization -- The Thai Path to Marketization -- Welfare and Inequality on the Path to Marketization -- The Political Economy of Marketization in Malaysia and Thailand -- Marketizing Malaysia -- Marketizing Thailand -- Growth, Welfare and Inequality -- Political-Class Settlements -- Welfare Regimes -- Health -- Education -- Social Protection -- Indonesia and the Philippines -- Antecedent Conditions -- The Philippine Path -- The Indonesian Path -- Marketization and New Political Settlements? -- Accumulation -- Domination: Clientelism and Patrimonialism -- Welfare and Inequality -- Education -- Health -- Social Protection -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 9 Welfare and Inequality in Market Leninism: China and Vietnam -- Transitions from State-Socialism -- Paths from State Socialism -- Market-Leninism -- Leninist Marketization -- China's Market Transition -- Vietnam's Market Transition -- The Demise of State-Socialist Welfare Regimes -- Market-Leninist Social Policy and Inequality -- Education -- Health -- Social Protection -- The Revolution Is Dead, Long Live the Revoution (?) -- References -- Chapter 10 Afterword: Welfare and Inequality in Marketizing East Asia -- Appendix -- Bibliography -- Index.

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