As the demand on the welfare state continues to increase while the supply of tax revenues reaches its electorally acceptable limit, the state faces some key political choices. Should it seek to control or redirect the demand for welfare? Should it seek to achieve a better match between the demand for welfare and the supply of tax revenues through a more efficient use of existing resources? Or, finally, should it find ways of combining the supply of tax revenues with alternative funding mechanisms?
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