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Yıl 2017, Cilt 20, Sayı 4, 503 - 516, 29.12.2017

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The Southern European Model in Welfare Regime Types and a Comparison Among The Health Care Provisions in Italy and Turkey

Yıl 2017, Cilt 20, Sayı 4, 503 - 516, 29.12.2017

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The category of the Southern European welfare regime type has basically composed of four countries; Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece. Turkey’s place has been discussed in the Gough’s article (1996) because of its welfare regime, its division of social responsibilities among state, family and market analogous with the Southern European countries. In the field of health, as a part of social services, Italy and Turkey implemented a similar universal health reform package in 1978 and 2003, respectively, and the similarities and differences between these two countries should be analyzed within the framework of the Southern European welfare regime framework. In this point, the research question can be summarized as follows: How can these universal health systems of Turkey and Italy be compared in the framework of the Southern European welfare regime model? In this paper, we would like to focus on the Italian and the Turkish health care provisions under two dimensions: the provision of health care and the health care expenditure based upon OECD and WHO 2014 reports and with valuable contributions of the scope of related readings.

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  • 1. Abrahamson P. (1992) Europe: A Challenge to the Scandinavian Model of Welfare. Paper for the first European Conference on Sociology, pp: 135-151, University of Vienna, Vienna. 2. Ağartan T. I. (2012) Marketization and universalism: Crafting the right balance in the Turkish healthcare system. Current Sociology 60: 456-471. 3. Ağartan T. I. (2014) Explaining Large Scale Policy Change in the Turkish Health Care System: The Health Transformation Program. 21st International Conference of Europeanists on “Resurrections”, Washington D. C. 4. Bambra C. (2005) Worlds of Welfare and the Health Care Discrepancy. Social Policy and Society 4(1): 31-41. 5. Bislev S. and Hansen H. (1991) The Nordic Welfare States and the Single European Market. In Lise Lyck (ed.) The Nordic Countries in the Internal Market of the EC, Copenhagen. 6. Bonoli G. (1997) Classifying Welfare States: a Two Dimension Approach. Journal of Social Policy 26(3): 351-372. 7. Buğra A. (2003) New Poverty and the Changing Welfare Regime of Turkey (co-authored with Ç. Keyder) UNDP, Ankara. 8. Castles F. and Ferrera M. (1996) Home Ownership and the Welfare State: Is Southern European Different? South European Society of Politics 1: 163-85. 9. Esping-Andersen G. (1990) The Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism. New Jersey University Press, Princeton, United States of America. 10. Esping-Andersen G. (1999) Social Foundations of Post-industrial Economies. Oxford University Press, Oxford. 11. Ferré F., Belvis A.G., Valerio L., Longhi S., Lazzari A., Fattore G., Ricciardi W. and Maresso A. (2014) Health Systems in Transition. Italy Health system review 16(4): 1-168. 12. Ferrera M. (1997) The Uncertain Future of the Italian Welfare State. West European Politics 20(1): 231-49. 13. Ferrera M. (1996) The ‘Southern Model’ of Welfare in Social Europe. Journal of European Social Policy 6(1): 17-37. 14. France G., Taronib F. and Donatinic A. (2005) The Italian Health-Care System. Health Economics 14(S1):187-202. 15. Flaquer L. (2000) “Is There a Southern European Model of Family Policy?”. In Astrid Pfenning and Thomas Bahle (eds.) Families and Family Policies in Europe, pp:15-33. Peter Lang Verlag der Wissenschaften, Frankfurt am Main 16. Gough I. (1996) Social Assistance in Southern Europe. South European Society & Politics 1(1): 1-23. 17. Guillen A. and Matsaganis M. (2000) Testing the ‘‘Social Dumping’’ Hypothesis in Southern Europe: Welfare Policies in Greece and Spain during the last 20 years. Journal of European Social Policy 10(2): 120-45. 18. Grütjen D. (2009) The Turkish Welfare Regime: An Example of the Southern European Model? The Role of the State, Market and Family in Welfare Provision. Turkish Policy Quarterly 7(1): 111-129. 19. JDP Party Programmes (2002-2016) Party Programme. https://www.akparti.org.tr/english/akparti/parti-programme Last Accessed: 27.12.2016. 20. Katrougalos G. and Lazaridis G. (2003) Southern European Welfare States: Problems, Challenges, and Prospects. Palgrave Macmillan, Hampshire. 21. Kosonen P. (1992) The Various Worlds of Welfare Capitalism: Questions of Comparative Research. In P. Kosonen (ed.) Changing Europe and Comparative Research, Vark-Kustannus Publishing, Helsinki. 22. Law 833/1978 Establishment of the National Health Service. 23. Leibfried S. (1992) Towards a European Welfare State? On Integrating Poverty Regimes in the European Community. In Z. Ferge and J. E. Kolberg (eds.) Social Policy in a Changing Europe. Westview Press, Boulder. 24. Maino F. (2001) The 1992-93 and the 1999 Health Care Reforms in Italy. Workshop 15 Health Governance in Europe: Europeanisation and New Challenges in Health Policies,Grenoble. 25. McCarthy M. J. (1991) Evolution and Implementation of the Italian Health Service Reform of 1978. The University of London Department of Social Administration, Doctoral Dissertation, London. 26. Scalzo A., Donatini A., Orzella L., Cicchetti A., Profili S. and Maresso A. (2009) Health Systems in Transition. Italy Health System Review 11(6). 27. MoH (Ministry of Health) (2003) Türkiye Sağlıkta Dönüşüm Projesi Konsept Notu (Health Transformation Project Concept Note). Ministry of Health Project Coordination Unit, Ankara. 28. Naldini M. (2003) The Family in the Mediterranean Welfare States. Frank Cass, London/Portland. 29. OECD (2006) Anne-Marie Brook and Edward Whitehouse. The Turkish Pension System: Further Reforms to Help Solve the Informality Problem. http://www.oecd.org/turkey/37818128.pdf Last Accessed: 27.12.2016. 30. OECD (2014a) Reviews of Health Care Quality: Italy. http://www.oecd.org/els/oecd-reviews-of-health-care-quality-italy-2014-9789264225428-en.htm Last Accessed: 26.12.2016. 31. OECD (2014b) Reviews of Health Care Quality: Turkey http://www.oecd.org/turkey/oecd-reviews-of-health-care-quality-turkey-2013-9789264202054-en.htm Last Accessed: 26.12.2016. 32. Petmesidou M. (1996) Social Protection in Southern Europe: Trends and Prospects. Journal of Area Studies 4(9): 95-125. 33. Ricciardi W., Favaretti C. and Bellantone R. (2009) A Healthy Lesson, Italian-style? Italian Journal of Public Health 6(4): 323-329. 34. Toth F. (2013) How Health Care Regionalization in Italy Has Widened the North-South Gap. 1st International Conference on Public Policy, Grenoble. 35. Trifiletti R. (1999) Southern European Welfare Regimes and the Worsening Position of Women. Journal of European Social Policy 9(01): 49-64. 36. Yılmaz V. (2013) Changing Origins of Inequalities in Access to Health Care Services in Turkey: From Occupational Status to Income. New Perspectives on Turkey 48: 55-77. 37. WHO (2000) The World Health Report 2000 Health Systems: Improving performance http://www.who.int/whr/2000/en/whr00_en.pdf Last Accessed: 28.12.2016 38. WHO (2014a) http://www.who.int/countries/ita/en/ Last Accessed: 26.12.2016. 39. WHO (2014b) http://www.who.int/countries/tur/en/ Last Accessed: 26.12.2016 40. World Bank (2003) Turkey Reforming the Health Sector for Improved Access and Efficiency. World Bank, Washington DC. 41. World Bank (2005) Turkey: Joint Poverty Assessment Report. World Bank, Washington DC.

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil İngilizce
Bölüm Makaleler
Yazarlar

Merve Kardelen BİLİR>

0000-0001-8563-2303


Ömer AÇIKGÖZ Bu kişi benim

Yayımlanma Tarihi 29 Aralık 2017
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2017, Cilt 20, Sayı 4

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Bibtex @araştırma makalesi { hacettepesid469551, journal = {Hacettepe Sağlık İdaresi Dergisi}, eissn = {2148-9041}, address = {}, publisher = {Hacettepe Üniversitesi}, year = {2017}, volume = {20}, number = {4}, pages = {503 - 516}, title = {The Southern European Model in Welfare Regime Types and a Comparison Among The Health Care Provisions in Italy and Turkey}, key = {cite}, author = {Bilir, Merve Kardelen and Açıkgöz, Ömer} }
APA Bilir, M. K. & Açıkgöz, Ö. (2017). The Southern European Model in Welfare Regime Types and a Comparison Among The Health Care Provisions in Italy and Turkey . Hacettepe Sağlık İdaresi Dergisi , 20 (4) , 503-516 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/hacettepesid/issue/39658/469551
MLA Bilir, M. K. , Açıkgöz, Ö. "The Southern European Model in Welfare Regime Types and a Comparison Among The Health Care Provisions in Italy and Turkey" . Hacettepe Sağlık İdaresi Dergisi 20 (2017 ): 503-516 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/hacettepesid/issue/39658/469551>
Chicago Bilir, M. K. , Açıkgöz, Ö. "The Southern European Model in Welfare Regime Types and a Comparison Among The Health Care Provisions in Italy and Turkey". Hacettepe Sağlık İdaresi Dergisi 20 (2017 ): 503-516
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EndNote %0 Hacettepe Sağlık İdaresi Dergisi The Southern European Model in Welfare Regime Types and a Comparison Among The Health Care Provisions in Italy and Turkey %A Merve Kardelen Bilir , Ömer Açıkgöz %T The Southern European Model in Welfare Regime Types and a Comparison Among The Health Care Provisions in Italy and Turkey %D 2017 %J Hacettepe Sağlık İdaresi Dergisi %P -2148-9041 %V 20 %N 4 %R %U
ISNAD Bilir, Merve Kardelen , Açıkgöz, Ömer . "The Southern European Model in Welfare Regime Types and a Comparison Among The Health Care Provisions in Italy and Turkey". Hacettepe Sağlık İdaresi Dergisi 20 / 4 (Aralık 2017): 503-516 .
AMA Bilir M. K. , Açıkgöz Ö. The Southern European Model in Welfare Regime Types and a Comparison Among The Health Care Provisions in Italy and Turkey. HSİD. 2017; 20(4): 503-516.
Vancouver Bilir M. K. , Açıkgöz Ö. The Southern European Model in Welfare Regime Types and a Comparison Among The Health Care Provisions in Italy and Turkey. Hacettepe Sağlık İdaresi Dergisi. 2017; 20(4): 503-516.
IEEE M. K. Bilir ve Ö. Açıkgöz , "The Southern European Model in Welfare Regime Types and a Comparison Among The Health Care Provisions in Italy and Turkey", Hacettepe Sağlık İdaresi Dergisi, c. 20, sayı. 4, ss. 503-516, Ara. 2017