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Title Learning from leaders : welfare reform politics and policy in five midwestern states / edited by Carol S. Weissert
Imprint Albany, N.Y. : Rockefeller Institute Press, 2000
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Edition 1st ed
Descript v, 208 pages ; 23 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Learning from midwestern leaders / Carol S. Weissert -- Welfare reform meets the devolution revolution in Ohio / Charles F. Adams and Miriam S. Wilson -- Kansas carves out a middle ground / Jocelyn M. Johnston and Kara Lindaman -- Wisconsin's W-2 program: welfare as we might come to know it? / Thomas Kaplan -- Minnesota's balancing act: boosting work incentives and job readiness while controlling costs / Thomas F. Luce, Jr. -- Michigan's welfare reform: generous but tough / Carol S. Weissert -- Concluding comments: welfare reform and governance / Thomas L. Gais
"This book provides detailed analyses of the political rationales and processes that preceded the federal direction to states to dramatically alter their welfare programs and administrative systems. It discusses implementation choices as well as difficulties and successes in carrying out those decisions. The book also analyzes the role of political parties, interest groups, foundations, think tanks, and academics in setting agendas and formulating policy. The book features chapters describing and analyzing welfare reform, both their development and implementation, in five states - Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin."--Jacket
Link Online version: Learning from leaders. 1st ed. Albany, N.Y. : Rockefeller Institute Press, 2000 (OCoLC)606504484
Subject Public welfare -- Middle West -- Case studies
Welfare recipients -- Employment -- Middle West -- Case studies
Middle West -- Social policy -- Case studies
Middle West -- Politics and government -- Case studies
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