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Assessing the Structure of Small Welfare States

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This book highlights the advantages and problems of school size, paying particular attention to social, economic and educational issues. It draws on a wide body of literature from both prosperous and less developed countries, and digests it into a readable and readily available form. As well as highlighting the overall issues, it makes practical suggestions on ways to improve costeffectiveness.

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Conclusions

Looking in very small developing countries for replication of the Scandinavian model of a welfare state may result in disappointment, if credence is given to the proposition in this paper that there is a qualitative threshold of smallness around the one million population mark below which social, economic and political formations acquire a distinctive character. The classic welfare states of Europe are large relative to the group of states and territories that are the subject of this paper.

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