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Globalization and the Decline of the Welfare State in Less-Developed Countries
Is the welfare state withering away, or will it survive current globalization trends? 1 Recent literature framing this academic debate has extolled the resilience of this institution, despite the pressures of international market integration. 2 These studies have reversed doomsday scenarios from the 1980s and 1990s that contemplated the ultimate demise of the welfare state. 3 Yet trends in welfare spending in developed and developing countries have diverged. During the past quarter century,doi:10.1162/002081802320005522 fatcat:j63cf2zerbgvlojjiv64babsrq