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Notes on the Bibliography: All Web sources were verified between 7 and 10 September 2009; links are provided in a complete Word version of the bibliography at http://www.state.uni‐bremen.de/handbook‐welfare‐state. When article, chapter or book titles are cited in a foreign language, the English translation is given in brackets. Databases are indicated as such by the addition of ‘Database:’ before the title. If an acronym like OECD is cited as such in the text, then it will be found in the bibliography under the acronym rather than the full name (which is shown in parentheses under the first listing). Reprints of much of the theoretical literature can be found in Leibfried and Mau (2008a); this is indicated in parentheses after the citation for the original publication. Leibfried and Mau (2008b: xxxviii f.) also present an overview of the Anglo‐American journals with good social policy coverage; for an international list of such journals see the links at http://www.z‐sozialreform.de.

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