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- Rueschemeyer, Dietrich (ed.), Skocpol, Theda (ed.)
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States, Social Knowledge, and the Origins of Modern Social Policies
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"The book is not just for specialists. All students of the welfare state, comparative public policy, American and comparative politics, and the sociology of knowledge should read this volume or some portions of it in order to understand better the development of states, social knowledge, and the origins of modern social policies and how these interactive processes have actually occurred."--American Political Science Review
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PrefaceIntroduction31Knowledge about What? Policy Intellectuals and the New Liberalism172Social Knowledge, Social Risk, and the Politics of Industrial Accidents in Germany and France483Social Science and the Building of the Early Welfare State: Toward a Comparison of Statist and Non-Statist Western Societies904The Verein fur Sozialpolitik and the Fabian Society: A Study in the Sociology of Policy-Relevant Knowledge1175Progressive Reformers, Unemployment, and the Transformation of Social Inquiry in Britain and the United States, 1880s-1920s1636Social Knowledge and the Generation of Child Welfare Policy in the United States and Canada2017International Modeling, States, and Statistics: Scandinavians Social Security Solutions in the 1890s2338Social Knowledge and the State in the Industrial Relations of Japan (1882-1940) and Great Britain (1870-1914)264Conclusion296Notes on the Contributors313Index317