- Title Pages
- Tables and Figures
- About the Contributors
- Chapter 1 The Crisis of Social Democracy
- Chapter 2 The Long Depression, the Great Crash and Socialism in Western Europe
- Chapter 3 Social Democracy in Crisis: Outlining the Trends in Western Europe
- Chapter 4 The Positions and Fortunes of Social Democratic Parties in East Central Europe
- Chapter 5 Rethinking Public Expenditure from a Social Democratic Perspective
- Chapter 6 Social Democracy in Crisis? What crisis?
- Chapter 7 Can the Swedish Social Model Survive the Decline of the Social Democrats?
- Chapter 8 Multiculturalism, Right-Wing Populism and the Crisis of Social Democracy
- Chapter 9 Labour Markets, Welfare States and the Dilemmas of European Social Democracy
- Chapter 10 Class Politics and the Social Investment Welfare State
- Chapter 11 Labour, Skills and Education in Modern Socio-Economic Development: Can there be a Social Democratic Economic and Industrial Policy in a Globalised Economy?
- Chapter 12 From Single Market to Social Market Economy: Is There Room for Solidarity?
- Chapter 13 Social Democracy and Security
- Chapter 14 Multilevel Social Democracy: Centralisation and Decentralisation
- Chapter 15 Conclusion
- (p.228) Chapter 15 Conclusion
- The Crisis of Social Democracy in Europe
- Edinburgh University Press
In the conclusion, the editors draw together the strands of the various arguments. They argue that social democracy has a future but that it needs to undertake serious rethinking both about policies and about politics. The current crisis of finance capital provides a historic opportunity to do this.
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