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Decentralization and Welfare Reform in Andalusia

AuthorsMoreno, Luis ; Trelles, Carlos
Welfare Reform
Policy innovation
Financial autonomy
Issue Date2005
CitationRegional & Federal Studies, 15 (4): 519-535. [Reimpreso como capítulo de libro en: Keating, Michael y McEwen, Nicola (eds.) (2006), Devolution and Public Policy. A Comparative Perspective, pp. 519-535. Londres/Nueva York: Routledge (ISBN: 978-0-415-39897-8)]
AbstractDecentralization of the Spanish welfare state has stimulated regional policy innovation. A ‘demonstration effect’ among all Spanish Comunidades Auto´nomas has so far acted as a policy equalizer. In Andalusia, where a strong sense of common identity is widely shared, the regional government (Junta) has implemented new welfare policies which have contributed to consolidate its institutional legitimacy. This article reviews the process of decentralization in Spain. It concentrates on the ‘catching up’ quest articulated by Andalusia to gain a similar status and degree of autonomy as those achieved by the ‘historical nationalities’ (Basque Country, Catalonia and Galicia).
Publisher version (URL)DOI: 10.1080/13597560500230714
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