Universality and Social Policy in Canada

Universality and Social Policy in Canada

Prince, Michael J.; Marchildon, Gregory; Bland, Daniel

University of Toronto Press

07/2019

256

Dura

Inglês

9781442636507

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Bringing together top scholars in the field, Universality and Social Policy in Canada provides an overview of the universality principle in social welfare.
Introduction Daniel Beland, Gregory P. Marchildon, and Michael J. Prince 1. What is Universality? Michael J. Prince 2. Liberal and Social Democratic Universality Daniel Beland, Paula Blomqvist, and Alex Waddan 3. Medicare Gregory P. Marchildon 4. Old Age Security Daniel Beland and Patrik Marier 5. Feminism, Social Policy, and Universality: In Principle, Yes; In Practice, It Depends Rianne Mahon 6. Disability Benefits and Services Michael J. Prince 7. Aboriginal Issues Martin Papillon 8. Citizenship, Immigration, and Universality Tracy Smith-Carrier 9. Inequality and Universality Keith Banting and John Myles 10. Equalization and the Fiscal Side of Universality Penny Bryden Conclusion Daniel Beland, Gregory P. Marchildon, and Michael J. Prince