(a) Long-Term Care in Germany  

(b) Social Protection Against the Risk of Long-Term Care Dependency in Spain  

(c) Comparison   

Hans-Joachim Reinhard

Pages 121-175  / 579-602  / 498-507

In “Long-Term Care in Europe – A Juridical Approach”

Ulrich Becker & Hans-Joachim Reinhard (Eds.)

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Long-Term Care 

Bent Greve

In “Routledge Handbook of the Welfare State” 2nd Edition

Chapter 43 – Pages 498-507

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Long-Term Care: Universality Withering Away in a Nordic Welfare State?

Bent Greve

Politiche Sociali   

Volume V, No 1,  2018, Pages 15-28  

© 2018  Società Editrice il Mulino

Abstract

 


Introduction – Social investment: a buzzword – but has it reached the stakeholders?

Bent Greve

Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy  

Volume 34, Issue 2,  2018, Page 126  

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Abstract


Are the concepts of ‘social investment’ and ‘long-term care for the elderly’ compatible? Perceptions of long-term care stakeholders in Lithuania

Virginija Poškutė

Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy  

Volume 34, Issue 2,  2018, Pages 151-167  

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Abstract


The Portuguese stakeholders’ perspective on social investment and quality assessment in LTC

Alexandra Lopes & Isabel Dias

Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy  

Volume 34, Issue 2,  2018, Pages 140-150 

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Abstract


Do stakeholders in Denmark know about social investment within long-term care?

Bent Greve

Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy  

Volume 34, Issue 2,  2018, Pages 127-139  

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Abstract


Long‐term Care in Denmark and Lithuania – A Most Dissimilar Case

Virginija Poškutė & Bent Greve

Social Policy & Administration  

Volume 51, Issue 4,  July 2017  Pages 659-675

© 2017 John Wiley & Sons Ltd

Abstract


Migration and protection of long-term care in Portugal – the case da Silva Martins (in German)

Hans-Joachim Reinhard

Contribution in  “Gesundheit, Alter, Pflege, Rehabilitation – Recht und Praxis im interdisziplinären Dialog – Festschrift für Gerhard Igl”

© Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, Baden-Baden 2017

Migration und Absicherung bei Pflegebedürftigkeit in Portugal – der Fall da Silva Martins

 


Long-term Care for the Elderly in Europe – Development and Prospects

Edited By Bent GREVE

(a) Long-term care challenges and perspectives, Virginija POŠKUTÉ pp. 23 – 37
(b) Long-term care for the elderly in Poland, Zofia CZEPULIS-RUTKOWSKA pp. 38 – 58
(c) Long-term care in Portugal: quasi-privatisation of a dual system of care, Alexandra LOPES pp. 59 – 74
(d) Greece: forced transformation in a deep crisis, Platon TINIOS pp. 93 – 105
(e) Long-term care expenditures in Finland, Ismo LINNOSMAA & Lien NGUYEN pp. 145-166
(f) Long-term care in Denmark, with an eye to other Nordic welfare states, Bent GREVE pp. 168-184
(g) Some concluding reflections, Bent GREVE pp. 185 – 193 
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