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      The personalisation agenda: the case of the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme

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      International Review of Sociology
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            Towards health equity: a framework for the application of proportionate universalism

            Introduction The finding that there is a social gradient in health has prompted considerable interest in public health circles. Recent influential works describing health inequities and their causes do not always argue cogently for a policy framework that would drive the most appropriate solutions differentially across the social gradient This paper aims to develop a practice heuristic for proportionate universalism. Methods Through a review the proposed heuristic integrates evidence from welfare state and policy research, the literature on universal and targeted policy frameworks, and a multi-level governance approach that adopts the principle of subsidiarity. Results The proposed heuristic provides a more-grained analysis of different policy approaches, integral for operationalizing the concept of proportionate universalism. Conclusion The proposed framework would allow governments at all levels, social policy developers and bureaucrats, public health professionals and activists to consider the appropriateness of distinctive policy objectives across distinctive population needs within universal welfare state principles.
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              Public accountability in the age of neo‐liberal governance

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                Journal
                International Review of Sociology
                International Review of Sociology
                Informa UK Limited
                0390-6701
                1469-9273
                August 28 2017
                January 02 2018
                January 25 2018
                January 02 2018
                : 28
                : 1
                : 20-34
                Affiliations
                [1 ] University of New South Wales, Canberra, Australia
                Article
                10.1080/03906701.2018.1425084
                348052fb-0824-4e97-a8da-d59c2d59b4c3
                © 2018
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