UCT CSSR: Social Policy in the Global South

In a series of new working papers the Centre for Social Science Research (CSSR) of the University of Cape Town explores welfare reform and social policy in countries across the Global South, particularly Southern Africa and other African countries.

The series includes following titles:

2016 Jeremy Seekings Drought Relief and the Origins of a Conservative Welfare State in Botswana, 1965-1980 378
2016 Marianne S. Ulriksen The development of social protection policies in Tanzania, 2000-2015 377
2016 Isaac Chinyoka and Jeremy Seekings Social policy reform under the Government of National Unity in Zimbabwe, 2009-13 373
2016 Sam Hamer Championing the poor: Branding around poverty reduction as a response to electoral competition in Malawi, 2005-2014 371
2016 Sam Hamer “Our Father’s Programmes”: political branding around social protection in Botswana, 2008-2014 370
2015 Eduard Grebe The politics of social protection in a competitive African democracy: Explaining social protection policy reform in Ghana (2000-2014) 361
2015 Eduard Grebe The evolution of social protection policy in Ghana’s ‘Fourth Republic’: Contributory social insurance reform and limited social assistance for the ‘extreme poor’ under NPP and NDC governments, 2000-2014 360
2015 Eduard Grebe The evolution of social protection policy in Ghana’s ‘Fourth Republic’: Contributory social insurance reform and limited social assistance for the ‘extreme poor’ under NPP and NDC governments, 2000-2014 360
2015 Jeremy Seekings State capacity and the construction of pro-poor welfare states in the ‘developing’ world 359
2015 Jeremy Seekings The ‘Developmental’ and ‘Welfare’ State in South Africa: Lessons for the Southern African Region 358
2015 Mia Granvik Policy Diffusion, Domestic Politics and Social Protection in Lesotho, 1998 – 2012 357

 

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