Privatisation and Social Policy follows this format while addressing one of the key issues of recent years, namely the covert but undeniable impact of growing privatisation on the development and implementation of social policy. As the text demonstrates, there is no area of policy which privatisation has not affected, resulting in the gradual transfer of responsibility from the public to the private sphere in areas such as education, housing, health, social security and social services.
Table of Contents
PART ONE. 1. Introduction.2. Privatisation.3. The Utilities and Social Policy.PART TWO. 4. Housing.5. Social Security.6. Education.7. Social Services.8. Health. PART THREE.9. Housing, Social Security and Education after 1997.10. Social Services and Health Polices after 1997.PART FOUR.11. Documents.12. References.13. Index