By Avigdor (Victor) Aptowitzer
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One is that enterprises divest themselves of "non-productive" activities and cease to compensate employees in the form of benefits and services, particularly in-kind services. A second is that particular forms of regulation, many of which govern terms, conditions and entitlements in the employment context or mandate employer contributions for benefits, be dismantled. A third is that states desist from providing subsidies or engaging in broad-based programs of redistribution and limit transfer payments to those most disadvantaged by the transition process.
The public sector is encouraged to emulate the behavior of the market and to govern and structure itself according to market-like incentives. In neoliberal theory, the behavior of the state itself is analyzed in terms of economic logic. Legislators, bureaucrats, constituents and other actors engaged with state agencies are all subject to the presumption that they are This is explicitly set out in The Challenge of Development, supra note 2, at 4. See Workers in an Integrating World, supra note 4, at 5.
This analysis provides the backdrop to explain a quite concrete issue, the production of disadvantage for women through neoliberal reforms in the context of transition. The second part of the book analyzes in a more detailed way the distributive consequences of reforms, focusing on the likely effects of proposals to change the role of the enterprise and the state in distributing resources and the ensuring the provision of goods and services. The discussion centers around the proposals that seem most salient to the group that is the subject of this distributive analysis, women with obligations of care to others who find themselves now largely reliant on the market to secure their fortunes.
Parteienpolitik der Hasmonaerzeit im rabbinischen und pseudoepigraphischen Schrifttum by Avigdor (Victor) Aptowitzer