Advertisement

Theoretical and Methodological Approaches

  • Ezequiel Luis BistolettiEmail author
Chapter
Part of the The Latin American Studies Book Series book series (LASBS)

Abstract

This chapter brings forward the theoretical and methodological approaches of the research. It is broken down into eight parts.

References

  1. Abraham D (1981) Corporatist compromise and the re-emergence of the labor/capital conflict in Weimar Germany. Polit Power Soc Theory 2 (JAI Press, London)Google Scholar
  2. Achenbaum A (1983) Shades of gray: old age, American values, and federal policies since 1920. Little, Brown and Company, BostonGoogle Scholar
  3. Acosta A (2012) Breve historia económica del Ecuador. Corporación Editora Nacional, QuitoGoogle Scholar
  4. Acosta OL, Ramírez JC (2004) Breve historia económica del Ecuador. Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe, Santiago de ChileGoogle Scholar
  5. Aguiar M, Araújo CH (2002) Bolsa-escola: educación para enfrentar la pobreza. Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Educación, la Ciencia y la Cultura, BrasiliaGoogle Scholar
  6. Altvater E (1978) Some problems of state interventionism. In: Holloway J, Picciotto S (eds) State and capital: a Marxist debate. Edward Arnold, LondonGoogle Scholar
  7. Álvarez Leguizamón S (2008) La producción de la pobreza masiva y su persistencia en el pensamiento social latinoamericano. In: Cimadamore A, Cattani AD (eds) Producción de pobreza y desigualdad en América Latina. Siglo del Hombre Editores, BogotáGoogle Scholar
  8. Arrow K (1963) Uncertainty and the welfare economics of medical care. Am Econ Rev 53(5)Google Scholar
  9. Artigas C (2005) Una mirada a la protección social desde los derechos humanos y otros contextos internacionales. Santiago de Chile, ComisiónGoogle Scholar
  10. Arts W, Gelissen J (2002) Three worlds of welfare capitalism or more? A state-of-the-art report. J Eur Soc Policy 12(2)Google Scholar
  11. Blanke B, Jürgens U, Kastendiek H (1978) On the current Marxist discussion on the analysis of form and function of the bourgeois state. In: Holloway J, Picciotto S (eds) State and capital: a Marxist debate. Edward Arnold, LondonGoogle Scholar
  12. Barrientos A (2004) Latin America: towards a Liberal-Informal Welfare Regime. In: Gough I, Wood G (eds) Insecurity and welfare regimes in Asia, Africa, and Latin America: social policy in developmental contexts. Cambridge University Press, CambridgeGoogle Scholar
  13. Beccaria L, Groisman F (2015) Informalidad y segmentación del mercado laboral: el caso de la Argentina. In: Revista CEPAL, no 117. Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe, Santiago de ChileGoogle Scholar
  14. Bell D (1978) The cultural contradictions of modern capitalism. Basic Books, New YorkGoogle Scholar
  15. Bennet A (2010) Process tracing and causal inference. In: Brady H, Collier (eds) Rethinking social inquiry. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, LanhamGoogle Scholar
  16. Beveridge W (1942) Social insurance and allied services. Her. Majesty’s. Stationery Office, LondonGoogle Scholar
  17. Bistoletti EL (2009) Unterschiedliche Wege, gemeinsames Ziel. Schweizer Personalvorsorge 3 (VPS Verlag Personalvorsorge und Sozialversicherung, Luzern)Google Scholar
  18. Block F (1977) The ruling class does not rule: notes on the Marxist theory of the state. In Socialist revolution, no 33Google Scholar
  19. Bonoli G (1997) Classifying welfare states: a Two-dimension approach. J Soc Policy 26(3) (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge)Google Scholar
  20. Brinkmann U, Choi HL, Detje R, Dörre K, Holst H, Karakayali S, Schmalstieg C (2008) Strategic Unionism. Aus der Krise zur Erneuerung? Umrisse eines Forschungsprogramms. VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, WiesbadenGoogle Scholar
  21. Burchardt HJ (2012) Las reformas sociolaborales en América Latina. Una Propuesta para un nuevo acercamiento analítico. In: Revista de Ciencias Sociales, no 135. San José, y RicaGoogle Scholar
  22. Castles FG (1978) The social-democratic image of society. Routledge and Kegan Paul, LondonGoogle Scholar
  23. Castles FG (ed) (1982) The impact of parties: politics and policies in democratic capitalist states. Sage, LondonGoogle Scholar
  24. Castles FG, Mitchell D (1993) Worlds of welfare and families of nations. In: Castles FG (ed) Families of nations: patterns of public policy in western democracies. Dartmouth Publishing, AldershotGoogle Scholar
  25. Cecchini S, Martínez R (2011) Protección social inclusiva en América Latina. Una mirada integral, un enfoque de derechos. Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe, Santiago de ChileGoogle Scholar
  26. CEPAL (Comisión Económica Para América Latina y el Caribe) (2000) Equidad, desarrollo y ciudadanía. Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe, Santiago de ChileGoogle Scholar
  27. CEPAL (Comisión Económica Para América Latina y el Caribe) (2006) La protección social de cara al futuro: acceso, financiamiento y solidaridad. Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe, Santiago de ChileGoogle Scholar
  28. CEPAL (Comisión Económica Para América Latina y el Caribe) (2007) Cohesión social: inclusión y sentido de pertenencia en América Latina y el Caribe. Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe, Santiago de ChileGoogle Scholar
  29. CEPAL (Comisión Económica Para América Latina y el Caribe) (2010) La hora de la igualdad: brechas por cerrar, caminos por abrir. Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe, Santiago de ChileGoogle Scholar
  30. CEPAL (Comisión Económica Para América Latina y el Caribe) (2012) Eslabones de la desigualdad: heterogeneidad estructural, empleo y protección social. Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe, Santiago de ChileGoogle Scholar
  31. CEPAL (Comisión Económica Para América Latina y el Caribe) (2013) Social panorama of Latin America. Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe, Santiago de ChileGoogle Scholar
  32. CEPAL (Comisión Económica Para América Latina y el Caribe) (2014) Pactos para la igualdad: hacia un futuro sostenible. Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe, Santiago de ChileGoogle Scholar
  33. Chen MA (2005) Rethinking the informal economy: linkages with the formal economy. United Nations University, HelsinkiGoogle Scholar
  34. Cibils A, Lo Vuolo R (2004) El estado como empleador de última instancia. Centro Interdisciplinario para el Estudio de Políticas Públicas, Buenos AiresGoogle Scholar
  35. Cimadamore A, Cattani AD (2008) Producción de pobreza y desigualdad en América Latina. Siglo del Hombre Editores, BogotáGoogle Scholar
  36. Collier D (1993) The comparative method. In: Finifter A (ed) Political science: the state of the Discipline II. American Political Science Association, WashingtonGoogle Scholar
  37. Collier D (2011) Understanding process tracing. Polit Sci Polit 44(4) (American Political Science Association, Washington)Google Scholar
  38. Constitución de la República del Ecuador (2008)Google Scholar
  39. Coronil F (1997) The magical state: nature, money, and modernity in Venezuela. The University of Chicago Press, ChicagoGoogle Scholar
  40. Coughlin R (1979) Social policy and ideology: public opinion in eight rich countries. Comp Soc Res 2 (University of New Mexico, Albuquerque)Google Scholar
  41. Cutright P (1967) Income redistribution: a cross-national analysis. Soc Forces 46(2) (Oxford University Press, Oxford)Google Scholar
  42. De Soto H (2000) The mystery of capital: why capitalism triumphs in the west and fails everywhere. Black Swan, BerkshireGoogle Scholar
  43. De Tocqueville A (2003)[1835] Democracy in America and two essays on America. Penguin Books, LondonGoogle Scholar
  44. Dirmoser D, Merkel W (2007) Lateinamerika: die Linke, die Demokratie und die soziale Frage. In: Neue Gesellschaft – Frankfurter Hefte, no 12. Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, BerlinGoogle Scholar
  45. Esping-Andersen G (1985) Politics against markets. Princeton University Press, PrincetonGoogle Scholar
  46. Esping-Andersen G (1990) The three worlds of welfare capitalism. Princeton University Press, PrincetonGoogle Scholar
  47. Fernández ME (2012) La protección social frente a la vejez en Venezuela. In: Anuario de derecho, vol 29, no 29. Universidad de los Andes, MéridaGoogle Scholar
  48. Ferrera M (1996) The ‘southern model’ of welfare in social Europe. J Eur Soc Policy 6(1) (Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks)Google Scholar
  49. Figueroa Ibarra C (2009) La crisis mundial: naturaleza y perspectivas. In: Bajo el Volcán, vol 8, no 14. Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, MéxicoGoogle Scholar
  50. Filgueira F (1998) El nuevo modelo de prestaciones sociales en América Latina eficiencia, residualismo y ciudadanía estratificada. In: Roberts B (ed) Ciudadanía y política social latinoamericana. Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales, San JoséGoogle Scholar
  51. Filgueira F (2007) Cohesión, riesgo y arquitectura de protección social en América Latina. Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe, Santiago de ChileGoogle Scholar
  52. Filgueira F, Gerardo MC, Papadópulos J, Tobar F (2006) Universalismo básico: una alternativa posible y necesaria para mejorar las condiciones de vida. In: Molina CG (ed) Universalismo básico: una nueva política social para América Latina. Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, WashingtonGoogle Scholar
  53. Flora P, Alber J (1981) Modernization, democratization, and the development of welfare states in Western Europe. In: Flora P, Heidenheimer A (eds) The development of welfare states in Europe and America. Transaction Publishers, New BrunswickGoogle Scholar
  54. Franzoni J (2008) Welfare regimes in Latin America: capturing constellations of markets, families, and policies. Lat Am Politics Soc 50(2) (University of Miami, Miami)Google Scholar
  55. Frey B, Schneider F (1978) An empirical study of politico-economic interaction in the United States. Rev Econ Stat 60(2) (The MIT Press, Cambridge)Google Scholar
  56. George A (1979) Case studies and theory development: the method of structured, focused comparison. In: Lauren PG (ed) Diplomatic history: new approaches. Free Press, New YorkGoogle Scholar
  57. George A, Bennett A (2005) Case studies and theory development in the social sciences. The MIT Press, CambridgeGoogle Scholar
  58. Germani G (1962) Política y sociedad en una época de transición. De la sociedad tradicional a la sociedad de masas. Editorial Paidós, Buenos AiresGoogle Scholar
  59. Golden D, Poterba J (1980) The price of popularity: the political business cycle reexamined. Am J Polit Sci 24(4) (Midwest Political Science Association, Bloomington)Google Scholar
  60. Goodin R, Klingemann HD (eds) (1996) A New handbook of political science. Oxford University Press, OxfordGoogle Scholar
  61. Gorz A (1985) L’allocation universelle: version de droite et version de gauche. In: La Revue Nouvelle, no 81Google Scholar
  62. Gough I (1975) State expenditure in advanced capitalism. New Left Rev 1(92) (New Left Review, London)Google Scholar
  63. Gough I (1979) The political economy of the welfare state. Macmillan, LondonCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  64. Gough I, Wood G (eds) (2004) Insecurity and welfare regimes in Asia, Africa, and Latin America: social policy in developmental contexts. Cambridge University Press, CambridgeGoogle Scholar
  65. Gough I, Wood G (2006) A comparative welfare regime approach to global social policy. World Polit 34(10) (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge)Google Scholar
  66. Gourevitch P (1986) Politics in hard times. Cornell University Press, IthacaGoogle Scholar
  67. Gramsci A (2000)[1948] The Antonio Gramsci reader: selected writings 1916–1935. New York University Press, New YorkGoogle Scholar
  68. Griffin L, Devine J, Wallace M (1983) On the economic and political determinants of welfare spending in the post-war era. Polit Soc 13 (SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks)Google Scholar
  69. Gudynas E (2009) Diez tesis urgentes sobre el nuevo extractivismo: contextos y demandas bajo el progresismo sudamericano actual. In: Schuldt J, Acosta A, Barandiarán A, Folchi M, Bebbington A, Alayza A, Gudynas E (eds) Extractivismo, política y sociedad. Centro Andino de Acción Popular, Centro Latinoamericano de Ecología Social, QuitoGoogle Scholar
  70. Gudynas E (2013) Extracciones, extractivismos y extrahecciones: un marco conceptual sobre la apropiación de recursos naturales. In: Observatorio del Desarrollo, no 18. Centro Latino Americano de Ecología Social, MontevideoGoogle Scholar
  71. Haggard S, Kaufman R (2008) Development, democracy and welfare states: Latin America, East Asia, and Eastern Europe. Princeton University Press, PrincetonGoogle Scholar
  72. Hewitt C (1977) The effect of political democracy and social democracy on equality in industrial societies: a cross-national comparison. Am Sociol Rev 42 (American Sociological Association, Washington)Google Scholar
  73. Hibbs D (1978) On the political economy of long-run trends in strike activity. Br J Polit Sci 8(2) (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge)Google Scholar
  74. Hollingsworth R, Hanneman R (1982) Working-class power and the political economy of western capitalist societies. Comp Soc Res 5 (JAI Press, London)Google Scholar
  75. Holloway J, Picciotto S (eds) (1978) State and capital: a Marxist debate. Edward Arnold, LondonGoogle Scholar
  76. Hradil S (1980) Die Erforschung der Macht. Eine Obersicht über die empirische Ermittlung von Machtverteilungen durch die Sozialwissenschaften. Verlag W. Kohlhammer, StuttgartGoogle Scholar
  77. Huber E (2006) Un nuevo enfoque para la seguridad social en la región. In: Molina CG (ed) Universalismo básico: una nueva política social para América Latina. Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, WashingtonGoogle Scholar
  78. Huber E, Stephens J (2001) Development and crisis of the welfare state: parties and policies in global markets. The University of Chicago Press, ChicagoCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  79. Huber E, Stephens J (2012) Democracy and the left: social policy and inequality in Latin America. The University of Chicago Press, ChicagoCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  80. Isuani EA (2006) Importancia y posibilidades del ingreso ciudadano. In: Molina CG (ed) Universalismo básico: una nueva política social para América Latina. Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, WashingtonGoogle Scholar
  81. Kaiser R (2014) Qualitative Experteninterviews: Konzeptionelle Grundlagen und praktische Durchführung. Springer Publishing, New YorkCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  82. Kerr C, Dunlop J, Harbison F, Myers C (1964) Industrialism and industrial man. Oxford University Press, New YorkGoogle Scholar
  83. Korpi W (1978) The working class in welfare capitalism: work, unions and politics in Sweden. Routledge and Kegan Paul, LondonGoogle Scholar
  84. Korpi W (1983) The democratic class struggle. Routledge and Kegan Paul, LondonGoogle Scholar
  85. Korpi W, Palme J (1998) The paradox of redistribution and strategies of equality: welfare state institutions, inequality, and poverty in the western countries. Am Sociol Rev 63(5) (American Sociological Association, Washington)Google Scholar
  86. Korpi W, Shalev M (1980) Strikes, power and politics in the western nations, 1900–1976. Polit Power Soc Theory 2 (JAI Press, London)Google Scholar
  87. Kuiper JP (1976) Arbeid en Inkomen: Twee Plichten en Twee Rechten. Sociaal Maandblad Arbeid 9 (Amsterdam)Google Scholar
  88. Lander LE (2014) Venezuela: ¿crisis terminal del modelo petrolero rentista?. In: SinPermiso. http://www.sinpermiso.info/textos/venezuela-crisisterminal- del-modelo-petrolero-rentistaGoogle Scholar
  89. Lauth HJ, Pickel G, Pickel S (2009) Methoden der vergleichenden Politikwissenschaft: eine Einführung. VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, WiesbadenGoogle Scholar
  90. Leguizamón SÁ (ed) (2005) Trabajo y producción de la pobreza en Latinoamérica y el Caribe: estructuras, discursos y actores. Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales, Buenos AiresGoogle Scholar
  91. Leibfried S (1992) Towards a European welfare state: on integrating poverty regimes in the European community. In: Ferge Z, Kolberg JE (eds) Social policy in a changing Europe. Campus Verlag, FrankfurtGoogle Scholar
  92. Lewis W (1954) Economic development with unlimited supplies of labour. In: The Manchester School, vol 22, no 2. Wiley, New JerseyGoogle Scholar
  93. Li B (2012) From a micro–macro framework to a micro–meso–macro framework. In: Christensen S, Mitcham C, Li B (eds) Engineering, development and philosophy. Springer Publishing, New YorkGoogle Scholar
  94. Lo Vuolo R (2009) Social exclusion policies and labour markets in Latin America. In: Hujo K, Mcclanahan S (eds) Financing social policy mobilizing resources for social development. Springer Publishing, New YorkGoogle Scholar
  95. Lukes S (2005)[1974] Power: a radical view. Palgrave Macmillan, BasingstokeGoogle Scholar
  96. M Coromoto García Mantilla (2009) La seguridad social en el marco de la Constitución de la República Bolivariana de Venezuela. Vadell Hermanos Editores, CaracasGoogle Scholar
  97. Mac Kay A, Vanevery J (2000) Gender, family, and income maintenance: a feminist case for citizen’s basic income. Soc Polit 7(2) (Oxford University Press, Oxford)Google Scholar
  98. Maloney W (2004) Informality revisited. World Develop 32(7) (Elsevier, Amsterdam)Google Scholar
  99. Mann M (1984) The autonomous power of the state: its origins, mechanisms and results. Arch Europeennes Sociologie 25 (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge)Google Scholar
  100. Marklund S (1982) Capitalisms and collective income protection: a comparative study of the development of social security programs in Europe and the USA 1930–1975. Research reports from the department of sociology, no. 68. University of Umea, UmeaGoogle Scholar
  101. Marshall TH (1950) Citizenship and social class: and other essays. Cambridge University Press, CambridgeGoogle Scholar
  102. Massad T (1978) Disruption, organization and reform: a critique of Piven and Cloward. Harvard University Press, CambridgeGoogle Scholar
  103. Medici A (2006) Políticas y acceso universal a servicios de salud. In: Molina CG (ed) Universalismo básico: una nueva política social para América Latina. Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, WashingtonGoogle Scholar
  104. Medina F, Galván M (2008) Descomposición del coeficiente de Gini por fuentes de ingreso: evidencia empírica para América Latina 1999–2005. Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe, Santiago de ChileGoogle Scholar
  105. Méndez Cegarra A (2015) Desconocimiento de la ley. http://absalonmendezcegarra.blogspot.de/2015/05/desconocimiento-de-la-ley.html
  106. Mesa-Lago C (2007) Reassembling social security: a survey of pensions and health care reforms in Latin America. Oxford University Press, OxfordGoogle Scholar
  107. Meuser M, Nagel U (2009) Das Experteninterview—konzeptionelleGoogle Scholar
  108. Meyer N, Petersen H, Sorensen V (1981)[1978] Revolt from the center. Marion Boyars, LondonGoogle Scholar
  109. Mignolo W (1999) Local histories/global designs: coloniality, subaltern knowledges and border thinking. Princeton University Press, PrincetonGoogle Scholar
  110. Miliband R (1973) Poulantzas and the capitalist state. New Left Rev 1(82) (New Left Review, London)Google Scholar
  111. Mill JS (2006)[1859] On liberty and the subjection of women. Penguin Books, LondonGoogle Scholar
  112. Mill JS (2011)[1843] A system of logic. Cambridge University Press, CambridgeGoogle Scholar
  113. Mishra R (1984) The welfare state in crisis: social thought and social change. Saint Martin’s Press, New YorkGoogle Scholar
  114. Mitschke J (1985) Steuer- und Transferordnung aus einem Guß. Entwurf einer Neugestaltung der direkten Steuern und Sozialtransfers in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Nomos, Baden-BadenGoogle Scholar
  115. Molina CG (ed) (2006) Universalismo básico: una nueva política social para América Latina. Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, WashingtonGoogle Scholar
  116. Moraña M (2008) Negotiating the local: the latin American “pink tide” or what’s left for the left? Can J Lat Am Caribb Stud (The Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Toronto)Google Scholar
  117. Müller W, Neusüss C (1978) The ‘welfare-state illusion’ and the contradiction between wage labour and capital. In: Holloway J, Picciotto S (eds) State and capital: a Marxist debate. Edward Arnold, LondonGoogle Scholar
  118. Myles J (1984) Old age in the welfare state: the political economy of public pension. Little Brown, BostonGoogle Scholar
  119. Néstor GC (1990) Culturas híbridas. Estrategias para entrar y salir de la modernidad. Editorial Paidós, Buenos AiresGoogle Scholar
  120. Norton A, Conway T, Foster M (2001) Social protection concepts and approaches: implications for policy and practice in international development. Overseas Development Institute, LondonGoogle Scholar
  121. O’Connor J (1973) The fiscal crisis of the state. Saint Martin’s Press, New YorkGoogle Scholar
  122. O’Donnell G (1975) Reflexiones sobre las tendencias generales de cambio del estado burocrático-autoritario. In: Documento CEDES, núm. 1. Centro de Estudios de Estado y Sociedad, Buenos AiresGoogle Scholar
  123. O’Donnell G (1977) Estado y alianzas en la Argentina, 1956–1976. Desarrollo Económico 16(64) (Instituto de Desarrollo Económico y Social, Buenos Aires)Google Scholar
  124. Offe C (1975) Berufsbildungsreform. Eine Fallstudie über Reformpolitik. Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt am MainGoogle Scholar
  125. Offe C (1984) Contradictions of the welfare state. Hutchinson Publishing Group, LondonGoogle Scholar
  126. Opertti R (2006) Una nueva agenda de cambios educativos. In: Molina CG (ed) Universalismo básico: una nueva política social para América Latina. Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, WashingtonGoogle Scholar
  127. Pickel S, Pickel G, Lauth HJ, Jahn D (eds) (2009) Methoden der vergleichenden Politik- und Sozialwissenschaft: neue Entwicklungen und Anwendungen. VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, WiesbadenGoogle Scholar
  128. Piven F, Cloward R (1971) Regulating the poor: the functions of public welfare. Pantheon Books, New YorkGoogle Scholar
  129. Piven F (2006) Challenging authority: how ordinary people change America. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, LanhamGoogle Scholar
  130. Piven F, Cloward R (1977) Poor people’s movements: why they succeed, how they fail. Vintage Books, New YorkGoogle Scholar
  131. Portantiero JC (1973) Clases dominantes y crisis política en la Argentina. In: Braun O (ed) El capitalismo argentino en crisis. Siglo XXI Editores, Buenos AiresGoogle Scholar
  132. Portantiero JC (1977) Economía y política en la crisis argentina: 1958–1973. Rev Mex Sociol 39(2) (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México)Google Scholar
  133. Portantiero JC (1985) Notas sobre crisis y producción de acción hegemónica. In: Labastida J, Del Campo M (eds) Hegemonía y alternativas políticas en América Latina (Seminario de Morelia). Siglo XXI Editores, MéxicoGoogle Scholar
  134. Portantiero JC (1988) La producción de un orden. Ensayos sobre la democracia entre el estado y la sociedad. Ediciones Nueva Visión, Buenos AiresGoogle Scholar
  135. Poulantzas N (1973) Political power and social classes. New Left Books, LondonGoogle Scholar
  136. Pribble J (2006) Women and welfare: the politics of coping with new social risks in Chile and Uruguay. Latin American Studies Association, PittsburghGoogle Scholar
  137. PROVEA (Programa Venezolano de Educación-Acción en Derechos Humanos) (2007) Situación de los derechos humanos en Venezuela: informe anual 2007. Programa Venezolano de Educación—Acción en Derechos Humanos (PROVEA), CaracasGoogle Scholar
  138. PROVEA (Programa Venezolano De Educación-Acción En Derechos Humanos) (2013) Situación de los derechos humanos en Venezuela: informe anual 2013. Programa Venezolano de Educación—Acción en Derechos Humanos (PROVEA), CaracasGoogle Scholar
  139. Pryor F (1968) Public expenditures in communist and capitalist nations. Richard. D Irwin Inc, HomewoodGoogle Scholar
  140. Przeworski A, Teune H (1970) The logic of comparative social inquiry. Wiley, New JerseyGoogle Scholar
  141. Rezk E (2006) Desafíos de la viabilidad financiera. In: Molina CG (ed) Universalismo básico: una nueva política social para América Latina. Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, WashingtonGoogle Scholar
  142. Ribe H, Robalino D, Ian W (2010) Achieving effective social protection for all in Latin America and the Caribbean. From right to reality. World Bank, WashingtonGoogle Scholar
  143. Rieger E (1998) Soziologische Theorie und Sozialpolitik im entwickelten Wohlfahrtsstaat. In: Lessenich S, Ostner I (eds) Welten des Wohlfahrtskapitalismus. Campus Verlag, FrankfurtGoogle Scholar
  144. Rudra N (2007) Welfare states in developing countries: unique or universal? J Polit 69(2) (Southern Political Science Association, Atlanta)Google Scholar
  145. Ruiz Viñals C (2004) Políticas sociolaborales: un enfoque pluridisciplinar. Editoria UOC, BarcelonaGoogle Scholar
  146. Sader E (2008) Refundar el estado. Posneoliberalismo en América Latina. Instituto de Estudios y Formación de la Central de Trabajadores de la Argentina, Buenos AiresGoogle Scholar
  147. Salcedo González AM (2006) Consideraciones sobre la reforma de la seguridad social en Venezuela. Comisión de Estudios de Postgrado, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Sociales, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Fondo Editorial Tropykos, CaracasGoogle Scholar
  148. Schmalz S, Dörre K (2013) Comeback der Gewerkschaften? Machtressourcen, innovative Praktiken, internationale Perspektiven. Campus Verlag, FrankfurtGoogle Scholar
  149. Schmid T (ed) (1984) Befreiung von falscher Arbeit. Thesen zum garantierten Mindesteinkommen. Wagenbach, BerlinGoogle Scholar
  150. Schmidt M (1982) The role of parties in shaping macro-economic policies. In: Castels FG (ed) The impact of parties: politics and policies in democratic capitalist states. Sage, LondonGoogle Scholar
  151. Schmitter P, Lembruch G (eds) (1979) Trends towards corporatist intermediation. Sage, LondonGoogle Scholar
  152. SENPLADES (Secretaría Nacional de Planificación y Desarrollo) (2007) Plan nacional de desarrollo 2007–2010. Planificación para la revolución ciudadana. Secretaría Nacional de Planificación y Desarrollo, QuitoGoogle Scholar
  153. Shalev M (1983) The social democratic model and beyond: two generations of comparative research on the welfare state. Comp Soc Res 6 (JAI Press, London)Google Scholar
  154. Shepherd A (2004) Policy paper on social protection. Department for International Development, LondonGoogle Scholar
  155. Siaroff A (1994) Work, welfare and gender equality: a new typology. In: Sainsbury D (ed) Gendering welfare states. Sage, LondonGoogle Scholar
  156. Simões A (2006) Los programas de transferencia: una complementariedad posible y deseable. In: Molina CG (ed) Universalismo básico: una nueva política social para América Latina. Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, WashingtonGoogle Scholar
  157. Skocpol T, Amenta E (1985) Did Capitalists Shape Social Security? (A comment on Quadagno 1984). Am Sociol Rev 50(4) (American Sociological Association, Washington)Google Scholar
  158. Skocpol T, Amenta E (1986) States and social policies. Ann Rev Sociol 12 (Annual Reviews, Palo Alto)Google Scholar
  159. Skocpol T, Amenta E (1994) Redefining the new deal: world war II and the development of social provision in the United States. In: Skocpol T (ed) Social policies in the United States: future possibilities in historical perspective. Princeton University Press, PrincetonGoogle Scholar
  160. Skocpol T, Ikenberry J (1983) The political formation of the American welfare state in historical and comparative perspective. Comp Soc Res 6 (JAI Press, London)Google Scholar
  161. Stephens J (1979) The transition from capitalism to socialism. Macmillan, LondonCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  162. Stolowicz B (ed) (2007) Gobiernos de izquierda en América Latina. Un balance político. Ediciones Aurora, BogotáGoogle Scholar
  163. Therborn G (1986) Karl Marx returning: the welfare state and neo-marxist, corporatist and statist theories. Int Polit Sci Rev 7(2) (Sage, London)Google Scholar
  164. Tobar F (2006) ¿Qué es universalismo básico en salud? In: Molina CG (ed) Universalismo básico: una nueva política social para América Latina. Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, WashingtonGoogle Scholar
  165. Tokman V (2006) Empleo y protección: una vinculación necesaria. In: Molina CG (ed) Universalismo básico: una nueva política social para América Latina. Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, WashingtonGoogle Scholar
  166. Tufte E (1978) Political control of the economy. Princeton University Press, PrincetonGoogle Scholar
  167. UN (United Nations) (2015) Human development report 2015. United Nations, New YorkGoogle Scholar
  168. Van Evera S (1997) Guide to methods for students of political science. Cornell University Press, IthacaGoogle Scholar
  169. Wehr I (2009) Esping-Andersen travels South: Einige kritische Anmerkungen zur vergleichenden Wohlfahrtsregimeforschung. Peripherie: Zeitschrift für Politik und Ökonomie in der Dritten Welt 29(2) (Westfälisches Dampfboot, Münster)Google Scholar
  170. Weinmann N, Burchardt HJ (2010) Die Reise des jungen Offe – ein Besuchs- und Forschungsprogramm für Lateinamerika? In: Burchardt HJ, Peters S, Weinmann N (eds) Arbeit in globaler Perspektive. Facetten informeller Beschäftigung. Campus Verlag, FrankfurtGoogle Scholar
  171. Weir M, Skocpol T (1985) State structures and the possibilities for “Keynesian” responses to the great depression in Sweden, Britain, and the United States. In: Evans P, Rueshemeyer D, Skocpol T (eds) Bringing the state back in. Cambridge University Press, CambridgeGoogle Scholar
  172. Wilensky H (1975) The welfare state and equality: structural and ideological roots of public expenditures. University of California Press, BerkeleyGoogle Scholar
  173. Wilensky H (1981) Leftism, Catholicism and democratic corporatism. In: Flora P, Heidenheimer A (eds) The development of welfare states in Europe and America. Transaction Books, LondonGoogle Scholar
  174. Wilensky H (1987) Comparative social policy: theories, methods, findings. In: Dierkes M, Antal A (eds) Comparative policy research: learning from experience. Aldershot, GowerGoogle Scholar
  175. Williamson J, Fleming J (1977) Convergence theory and the social welfare sector: a cross-national analysis. Int J Comp Sociol 18(3) (Leiden, Brill)Google Scholar
  176. Wright EO (1994) Interrogating inequality: essays on class analysis, socialism and Marxism. Verso, LondonGoogle Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2019

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.BerlinGermany

Personalised recommendations