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The politics of non-state social welfare /

edited by Melani Cammett and Lauren M. MacLean.

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Names: Cammett, Melani Claire, | MacLean, Lauren M.,
Published: Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2014.
Topics: Charities - Political aspects. | Non-governmental organizations - Political aspects. | Human services - Political aspects. | Public welfare - Political aspects.
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245 04|aThe politics of non-state social welfare /|cedited by Melani Cammett and Lauren M. MacLean.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 275-307) and index.
505 0 |aMapping social welfare regimes beyond the OECD / Ian Gough -- The political consequences of non-state social welfare : an analytical framework / Melani Cammett and Lauren M. MacLean -- Empowering local communities and enervating the state : foreign oil companies as public good providers in Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan / Pauline Jones Luong -- The politics of "contracting out" to the private sector : water and sanitation in Argentina / Alison Post -- Blurring the boundaries : NGOs, the state, and service provision in Kenya / Jennifer N. Brass -- Bridging the local and the global : faith-based organizations as non-state providers in Tanzania / Michael Jennings -- Sectarian politics and social welfare : non-state provision in Lebanon / Melani Cammett -- The politics of informal social networks of community, family and friends in rural Ghana and Cote d'Ivoire / Lauren M. MacLean -- The nayanetas : informal mediators of government services in rural North India / Anirudh Krishna -- Private provision with public funding : the challenges of regulating quasi-markets in Chilean education / Alejandra Mizala and Ben Ross Schneider -- The politics of "spontaneous privatization" in Russia's post-communist health sector / Linda Cook -- State dollars, non-state provision : local nonprofit welfare provision in the United States / Scott Allard.
533 |aElectronic reproduction.|bPerth, W.A.|nAvailable via World Wide Web.
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