Exclusion and engagement : social policy in Latin America / edited by Christopher Abel and Colin M. Lewis.

London : University of London, Institute of Latin American Studies, c2002.
xxvi, 503 p. ; 23 cm.


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"This book is the product of a conference ... held by the Institute of Latin American Studies, University of London, in March 2001"--Acknowledgements.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (p. [411]-503).
  • pt. A: Concepts, models and practice
  • Exclusion and engagement: a diagnosis of social policy in Latin America in the long run / Christopher Abel, Colin M. Lewis
  • Social policy delivery: the new economic model and the reform of the state / Pascal Gerstenfeld
  • Debates on the effects of macroeconomic policy on poverty / Miguel Urrutia
  • Despite the odds: the political economy of social sector reform in Latin America / Merilee S. Grindle
  • Citizenship, social policy and population change / Bryan R. Roberts
  • Some conceptual and substantive limitations of contemporary western (global) discourses of rights and social justice / John Gledhill
  • pt. B: Health and social security
  • Globalisation, equity and health in Latin America / Antonio Ugalde, Nuria Homedes, Anthony Zwi
  • Health, equity and social exclusion in Argentina and Mexico / Peter Lloyd-Sherlock
  • Intergenerational transfers in income, health and social security: the experiences of Brazil, Mexico and Columbia / Maria Cristina Gomes de Conceição
  • Ideology and the new social security in the Argentine / Rubén M. Lo Vuolo
  • Gender relations and social security in Southern Brazil / Anita Brumer
  • pt. C: Education
  • Ideology and education: equity and efficiency / Marcial Bóo
  • Education reform in Latin America: decentralisation or restructuring / Andrew Nickson
  • Paradoxes of Chilean education reform, 1989-2000 / Ernesto Schiefelbein, Paulina Schiefelbein
  • pt. D: Household and community
  • Housing policy and legal entitlements: survival strategies of the urban poor / Alan Gilbert
  • Cuba: the retreat from entitlement? / Claes Brundenius
  • Whose crisis?: public and popular reactions to family change in Costa Rica / Sylvia Chant
  • Rural poverty and policy: Mexico and Colombia compared / Alicia Puyana.
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Exclusion & engagement
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