Papers and books

You will find in this section useful works about Fiscal Welfare Policies (by year of publication, most recent on top) :

  • Faricy Christopher G., “Welfare for the wealthy. Parties, social spending, and inequality in the United States”, Cambridge University Press, 2015.
  • Howard Christopher, “The Welfare State nobody knows : Debunking myths about US Social Policy”, Princeton : Princeton University Press, 2007.
  • Ervik Rune, “The hidden welfare state in comparative perspective, tax expenditures and social policy in different welfare models“, VDM, 2000.
  • Hacker Jacob, “The Divided Welfare State: The Battle over Public and Private Social Benefits in the United States”, Cambridge University Press, 2002.
  • Kvist Jon and Sinfield Adrian, “Comparing tax routes to welfare in Denmark and the United Kingdom”, Danish National Institute of social research, 1996.
  • Howard Christopher, “The Hidden Welfare State: Tax Expenditures and Social Policy in the United States, Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1997.
  • Gilbert Barbara, Neil Gilbert, “The Enabling state :Modern Welfare Capitalism in America“, Oxford University Press, 1989.
  • Surrey Stanley, Paul McDaniel, “Tax Expenditures“, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1985.
  • Titmuss Richard, “Essays on ‘the Welfare state, Allen and Unwin, 1958.
Articles, chapters and papers
  • Clegg Daniel, “The demise of tax credits”, The Political Quaterly, 86(4), pp.793-499, 2015.
  • Carbonnier Clément, “Job creation, public cost and distributive profile of tax allowances for household services in France” in Carbonnier Clément, Morel Nathalie (eds.), The Political Economy of Household Services in Europe, Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
  • Farnsworth Kevin, “Occupational Welfare”, in B. Greve, (ed) Social Policy Handbook, London : Routledge, 2012.
  • Sinfield Adrian, “Fiscal welfare”, in Greve Bent (ed.) Social Policy Handbook, London: Routledge, 2012.
  • Hughes Gerard, “Pensions Tax Reliefs and Equity” in J. Stewart (ed.), For Richer, For Poorer : An Investigation of the Irish Pension System. Dublin : Published for TASC by New Island Press, 2005.
  • Hughes Gerard and Sinfield Adrian, “Financing Pensions by Stealth”, in Gerard Hughes and Jim Stewart eds, Reforming Pensions in Europe : Evolution of Pension Financing and Sources of Retirement Income, Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, pp 163-192, 2004.
  • Achim Kemmerling, “Die Messung sozialstaatlicher Leistungen -Brutto- und Nettosozialleistungsquote. [The measurement of social expenditure -gross vs. Net social expenditure ration].” In Oekonomische Leistungsfaehigkeit Deustchlands. Bestandsaufnahme und statistische Messung im internationalen Vergleich, edited by Statistisches Bundesamt. Wiesbaden: Statistisches Bundesamt. 2004.
  • Mann Kirk, “The social division of welfare: a class struggle perspective”, Social Policy review, 1990-1991.243-61, 1991.
  • Abramovitz Mimi, “Everyone is on Welfare : The Role of Redistribution in Social Policy Revisited”, Social Work, November-December, 28 (6): 440-445, 1983.
  • Rose H., “Re-reading Titmuss: the sexual division of welfare”, Journal of Social Policy, Vol. 10, n°4, pp. 477-502, 1981.
  • Sinfield Adrian,  “Analyses in the social division of welfare”, Journal of Social Policy, Vol. 7, Issue 2, pp. 129-156, 1978.
  • Surrey Stanley, “Tax incentives as a device for implementing government policy: a comparison with direct government expenditures”, Harvard Law Review, Vol. 83, No 4, pp. 705-738, 1970.