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Social Policy After the Financial Crisis

A Progressive Response

Ian Greener

Incorporating insights from political economy and behavioural psychology, this radical book provides an up-to-date account of the dilemmas facing social policy this decade: where did we go wrong, and what we can do about it?
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Chapter 5: A framework for understanding economic and social policy governance after the financial crisis

Ian Greener

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This chapter combines insights from the revised framework for the governance of welfare with those from behavioural approaches to social policy, to present a revised framework for considering economic and social policy in the 2010s, and upon which the case studies in the rest of the book will be based. It therefore demonstrates how corporate dominance and increasingly oligarchic governance combine with our behavioural flaws to create the situation we are in today.

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