Beyond Neo-Liberalism: the Social Investment State?
D Perkins, L Nelms, P Smyth
Just Policy: a journal of Australian social policy | VCOSS | Published : 2005
Social investment state is identified as emerging from the Third Way between neo-liberalism and the post-war welfare state. The new policy principles and practices claim that economy would work together with a society with adequate education, housing, health, transport and other social facilities, promoting economic participation.