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Towards a whole-economy approach to the welfare state: citizens, corporations and the state within the broad welfare mix

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Towards a whole-economy approach to the welfare state: citizens, corporations and the state within the broad welfare mix. / Farnsworth, Kevin.

Social Policy Review. ed. / Elke Heins; James Rees; Catherine Needham. Vol. 31 Policy Press, 2019. p. 71-99 (Social Policy Review; Vol. 31).

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Farnsworth, K 2019, Towards a whole-economy approach to the welfare state: citizens, corporations and the state within the broad welfare mix. in E Heins, J Rees & C Needham (eds), Social Policy Review. vol. 31, Social Policy Review, vol. 31, Policy Press, pp. 71-99.

APA

Farnsworth, K. (2019). Towards a whole-economy approach to the welfare state: citizens, corporations and the state within the broad welfare mix. In E. Heins, J. Rees, & C. Needham (Eds.), Social Policy Review (Vol. 31, pp. 71-99). (Social Policy Review; Vol. 31). Policy Press.

Vancouver

Farnsworth K. Towards a whole-economy approach to the welfare state: citizens, corporations and the state within the broad welfare mix. In Heins E, Rees J, Needham C, editors, Social Policy Review. Vol. 31. Policy Press. 2019. p. 71-99. (Social Policy Review).

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Farnsworth, Kevin. / Towards a whole-economy approach to the welfare state: citizens, corporations and the state within the broad welfare mix. Social Policy Review. editor / Elke Heins ; James Rees ; Catherine Needham. Vol. 31 Policy Press, 2019. pp. 71-99 (Social Policy Review).

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