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by Raquel Gallego (17/11/2011)

- Multilevel governance of health care: issues and evidence.

- Strategy building: The case of the “Catalan health care model”.

Essay:

What sort of issues rise from the devolution of welfare policies? How does devolution challenge the concept of welfare state?

Required readings:

Gallego, R.; Subirats, J. 2005 “Spain: from state welfare to regional welfare”, in McEwen, N.; Moreno, L. (eds) The territorial politics of welfare. London: Routledge. [PDF]

Gallego, R. and Subirats, J. 2011. “Regional welfare regimes and multilevel governance” in Guillén, A.M. and León, M. (eds.) The Spanish welfare state in European context, London: Ashgate.

Optional readings:

World Health Organization. 2010. Health Systems in transition. Spain. Vol.12:4.

Gallego, R. 2000 “Introducing purchaser/provider separation in the Catalan Health Administration: A budget analysis”, Public Administration –An international quarterly, 78(2):420-439.

Gallego, R.; Subirats, J. 2005 “Spain: from state welfare to regional welfare”, in McEwen, N.; Moreno, L. (eds) The territorial politics of welfare. London: Routledge.

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