Shared Responsibility, Shared Risk: Government, Markets and Social Policy in the Twenty-First Century

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Index
adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs), 145–49
Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform, 132
Affordable Care Act. See Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
African-American workers, 77–78
aged, emphasis of social protection on, 16
aging of the population, 41, 45. See also long-term care
Aid to Dependent Children, 165–66
Albers, Jens, 45
American dream, endangered, 10–14
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, 48, 51, 92
and unemployment insurance for caregivers, 167–68
Americans with Disabilities Act, 90–91
Arrow, Kenneth, 24
asset costs, 126
automated investments, 133
automated savings, 128–29, 133–34
bankruptcy, 10, 16–17, 109–10, 170 medical, 190
bargaining power, 78
behavioral economics, 129, 149–50
Bernhardt, Annette, 90
BP Gulf Coast oil spill, 33
Breyer, Stephen (Supreme Court Justice), 23
Britain, National Health Service creation, 64
bubbles, job security and, 93
Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection, 153–54
Bush, George W., Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform of, 132
Bush era, long-term care initiatives during, 236
Canada, retirement policies in, 219
care giving risk allocation, 161–77. See also long-term care
Americans ambivalence about as factor in, 171
and antidiscrimination laws, 168–69
and changing family composition, 161, 169–70
and inability to afford substitute care, 164–65
and labor attachment issues, 172–73
and lack of access to social insurance, 174
lack of employer and policy support in work-care conflict, 161–63, 171
and loss of family income due to work-family clashes, 163–65, 169–71
and low-income families, 163–65, 166
and need for increased employer responsibility, 173–75, 176–77
and need for national paid family leave and job protections, 174–75, 177
policy overview of, 165–66
and state-based social insurance programs, 167–68, 175–76
and unemployment insurance, 162–63, 167–68, 172
and wage replacement, 106–07, 162–65, 167, 172, 174–76
weakened social programs as factor in, 171–76, 172–73
child care, low-income families and, 164
child care funding, 162–63, 165
child tax care credit, 111
China, Treasury bill investments of, 60
Cicero, 22–23
CLASS Act, 237, 240–41, 245
cognitive biases, risk management policy and, 30, 150
Commons, John R., 27
Community Reinvestment Act (CRA), 130–31, 142
consumer credit, 127
consumption, as driver of economy, 93
credit cards, liability caps on, 28
credit unions, 130

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