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431 Key words: new social risks • welfare state modernisation • post-industrial social policies Final submission 14 July 04 • Acceptance 27 July 04 The politics of the new social policies: providing coverage against new social risks in mature welfare states Giuliano Bonoli English Current socioeconomic transformations that have brought into existence post- industrial labour market and family structures are generating new social needs and demands, labelled new social risks (NSRs). These include reconciling work and family life, lone parenthood, long

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trajectories of these reforms, we will adopt the analytical framework proposed by Häusermann (2012). Häusermann distinguishes between ‘industrial social policies’ and ‘post-industrial social policies’ (in this latter case, she also distinguishes between ‘activation/social investment policies’ and ‘needs-based social protection policies’). When applied to labour market policies, industrial policies are based on passive income support for unemployed ‘insiders’ (people eligible for unemployment insurance benefits) and EPL. Post-industrial activation/social investment

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and the Politics of Post-industrial Social Policies, in K Armingeon, G Bonoli (eds) The politics of post-industrial welfare states: Adapting Post-war social policies to new social risks, London: Routledge Bonoli, G, 2012, Blame avoidance and credit claiming revisited, in G Bonoli, D Natalie (eds), The politics of the new welfare state, Oxford: Oxford University Press Bonoli, G, 2013, The origins of active social policy, Oxford: Oxford University Press Bonoli, G, Natali, D (eds), 2012, The politics of the new welfare state, Oxford: Oxford University Press Brady

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against new social risks in mature welfare states ’, Policy & Politics , 33 ( 3 ): 431 – 9 . Bonoli , G. ( 2006 ) ‘ New Social Risks and the Politics of Post-Industrial Social Policies’ in K. Armingeon and G. Bonoli (eds) The Politics of Post-Industrial Welfare States. Adapting Post-War Social Policies to New Social Risks , New York : Routledge , pp 3 – 26 . Bonoli , G. ( 2007 ) ‘ Times matters. postindustrialization, new social risks, and welfare state adaptation in advanced industrial democracies ’, Comparative Political Studies , 40 ( 5

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Bertolini , S. ( 2012 ) ‘Selective flexibilization and deregulation of the labor market: the answer of Continental and Southern Europe’, Stato e Mercato , 96(3): 363–90. Blossfeld , H.P. , Klijzing , E. , Mills , M. and Kurtz , K. (eds) ( 2005 ) Globalization, Uncertainty and Youth in Society , London: Routledge. Bonoli, G. (2004) ‘New social risks and the politics of post-industrial social policies’, in K. Armingeon and G. Bonoli (eds) The Politics of Post-Industrial Welfare States: Adapting Post-War Social Policies to New Social Risks , Abingdon

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and the politics of post-industrial social policies’, in G. Bonoli (ed) The politics of post-industrial welfare states, London: Routledge/EUI Studies in the Political Economy of Welfare, pp 3–26. Bonoli, G. and Palier, B. (1998) ‘Changing the politics of social programmes: innovative change in British and French welfare reforms’, Journal of European Social Policy, vol 8, no 4, pp 317–30. Bouget, D. (1998) ‘The Juppé plan and the future of the French social welfare system’, Journal of European Social Policy, vol 8, no 2, pp 155–72. Budge, I. and Klingemann, H

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(SCP, 2006). References Baccaro, L. and Simoni, M. (2008) ‘Policy Concertation in Europe: Understanding Government Choice’, Comparative Political Studies, 41 (10): 1323–48. Transforming the Dutch welfare state 153 Bonoli, G. (2006) New Social Risks and the Politics of Post-Industrial Social Policies, in K. Armingeon and G. Bonoli (eds) The Politics of Post-Industrial Welfare States: Adapting Post-War Social Policies to New Social Risks, pp 3–26. Oxon and New York: Routledge. Bonoli, G. (2007) ‘Time Matters: Postindustrialization, New Social Risks, and Welfare

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social risks • welfare state modernisation • post-industrial social policies Final submission 14 July 04 • Acceptance 27 July 04 The politics of the new social policies: providing coverage against new social risks in mature welfare states Giuliano Bonoli English Current socioeconomic transformations that have brought into existence post- industrial labour market and family structures are generating new social needs and demands, labelled new social risks (NSRs). These include reconciling work and family life, lone parenthood, long-term unemployment, being among the

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. (ed) (2011) Flexibilisering: De balans opgemaakt, Amsterdam: De Burght. De Groot, N., Friperson, R., Weda, J. and De Jong, P. (2012) Werkt werktijdverkorting? Evaluatie bijzondere werktijdverkorting en deeltijd-WW, The Hague: APE. Dekker, F. (2010) ‘Ontslagrecht in het Koninkrijk der Nederlanden (1)’, Arbeidsrechtelijke Annotaties, 9(2): 1–24. Den Butter, F. (2009) ‘Bezuinigingsdrift als antwoord op bankiersgekte: Het crisisbeleid van het kabinet Balkenende IV’, Tijdschrift voor Openbare Financiën, 41(5): 244–65. Häusermann, S. (2011) ‘Post-industrial social

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challenges to solidarity’, in: P. Taylor-Gooby, B. Leruth and H. Chung (eds) After austerity: Welfare state transformation in Europe after the great recession, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 115–35. Guardiancich, I., (2011) ‘Slovenian social policy in a consensual political system: the dilemmas of a delayed transition’, in M. Sambolieva and S. Dohnert (eds) Welfare states in transition. 20 years after the Yugoslav welfare model, Sofia: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, pp 310–44. Häusermann, S. (2011) ‘Post-industrial social policy reforms in continental Europe: what

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