xii, 290 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Social Europe series ; v. 27.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliograpical references.
Formatted Contents Note
Allocation of competences and solidarity circles in a layered welfare state : the case of social policy in Belgium / Bea Cantillon, Patricia Popelier and Ninke Mussche Belgium : challenging the concept of a national social security : a short history of national partition / Herman Van Goethem Towards a multilevel welfare state? On the relative autonomy of regional social policy / Jan Beyers and Peter Bursens On the possibilities and limitations of a layered social security system in Belgium. Considerations from a social efficacy perspective / Bea Cantillon Social federalism and the allocations of powers in a comparative law perspective : the case for shared powers / Patricia Popelier Social federalism and the distribution of competences in Belgium / Jan Velaers Towards a two-speed social security system in federal Belgium? / Jürgen Vanpraet Social citizenship vs. the territoriality principle : lessons for Flanders' solidarity circle / Ninke Mussche Social federalism and EU law on the free movement of persons / Herwig Verschueren European legal limitations to the repartition of fiscal competence in a federal state structure / Bruno Peeters Reflection by Arthur Benz. Federalism and social policy in Belgium / Arthur Benz Reflection by Fritz W. Scharpf. Multilevel government : suggestions for and learning from Belgium / Fritz W. Scharpf Belgium, as seen from elsewhere / Charlie Jeffery In praise of cowboy federalism : juridical and political federalism in Belgium and Canada / Keith Banting Layered social federalism : from the myth of exclusive competences to the categorical imperative of cooperation / Johanne Poirier.
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