The Politics of Non-state Welfare

The Politics of Non state Welfare Across the world welfare states are under challenge or were never developed extensively in the first place while non state actors increasingly provide public goods and basic welfare In many parts of

  • Title: The Politics of Non-state Welfare
  • Author: Melani Cammett Lauren M. MacLean
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  • Page: 220
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  • Across the world, welfare states are under challenge or were never developed extensively in the first place while non state actors increasingly provide public goods and basic welfare In many parts of the Middle East and South Asia, sectarian organizations and political parties supply basic services to ordinary people extensively and effectively than governments InAcross the world, welfare states are under challenge or were never developed extensively in the first place while non state actors increasingly provide public goods and basic welfare In many parts of the Middle East and South Asia, sectarian organizations and political parties supply basic services to ordinary people extensively and effectively than governments In sub Saharan Africa, families struggle to pay hospital fees, and nongovernmental organizations NGOs launch welfare programs as states cut subsidies and social programs Likewise, in parts of Latin America, international and domestic NGOs and, increasingly, private firms are key suppliers of social welfare in both urban and rural communities Even in the United States, where the welfare state is far developed, secular NGOs and faith based organizations are critical components of social safety nets Despite official entitlements to public welfare, citizens in Russia face increasing out of pocket expenses as they are effectively compelled to seek social services through the private market.In The Politics of Non state Social Welfare, a multidisciplinary group of contributors use survey data analysis, spatial analysis, in depth interviews, and ethnographic and archival research to explore the fundamental transformation of the relationship between states and citizens The book highlights the political consequences of the non state provision of social welfare, including the ramifications for equitable and sustainable access to social services, accountability for citizens, and state capacity The authors do not assume that non state providers will surpass the performance of weak, inefficient, or sometimes corrupt states but instead offer a systematic analysis of a wide spectrum of non state actors in a variety of contexts around the world, including sectarian political parties, faith based organizations, community based organizations, family networks, informal brokers, and private firms.Contributors Scott Allard, University of Chicago Jennifer N Brass, Indiana University Melani Cammett, Brown University Linda Cook, Brown University Ian Gough, London School of Economics Michael Jennings, School of Oriental and African Studies Anirudh Krishna, Duke University Pauline Jones Luong, University of Michigan Lauren M MacLean, Indiana University Alejandra Mizala, University of Chile Alison Post, University of California, Berkeley Ben Ross Schneider, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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