Social Investment in Times of Crisis

A Quiet Revolution or a Shaken Welfare Capitalism?

Riccardo Prandini, Matteo Orlandini, Alice Guerra

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    Abstract

    The purpose of this report is to analyse and understand whether and how, in the last twenty years, the EU member countries have adopted welfare systems which incorporate aspects of social investment. The quantitative and comparative study is focused on social investment strategies across 28 European member states. The aim is to map out and explore the effectiveness of different social investment strategies. An overview of macro-level welfare performance indicators consist of a review of available macro-indicators to assess welfare performance in the light of social investment decisions.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationBruxelles
    PublisherEuropean Commission
    Number of pages58
    Publication statusPublished - 2016
    SeriesInnovative Social Investment: Strengthening communities in Europe (InnoSI)
    NumberDeliverable 3.1

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    Prandini, R., Orlandini, M., & Guerra, A. (2016). Social Investment in Times of Crisis: A Quiet Revolution or a Shaken Welfare Capitalism? Bruxelles: European Commission. Innovative Social Investment: Strengthening communities in Europe (InnoSI), No. Deliverable 3.1
    Prandini, Riccardo ; Orlandini, Matteo ; Guerra, Alice. / Social Investment in Times of Crisis : A Quiet Revolution or a Shaken Welfare Capitalism?. Bruxelles : European Commission, 2016. 58 p. (Innovative Social Investment: Strengthening communities in Europe (InnoSI); No. Deliverable 3.1).
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    Prandini, R, Orlandini, M & Guerra, A 2016, Social Investment in Times of Crisis: A Quiet Revolution or a Shaken Welfare Capitalism? Innovative Social Investment: Strengthening communities in Europe (InnoSI), no. Deliverable 3.1, European Commission, Bruxelles.

    Social Investment in Times of Crisis : A Quiet Revolution or a Shaken Welfare Capitalism? / Prandini, Riccardo; Orlandini, Matteo; Guerra, Alice.

    Bruxelles : European Commission, 2016. 58 p. (Innovative Social Investment: Strengthening communities in Europe (InnoSI); No. Deliverable 3.1).

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