Sunday, November 24 / 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM Spire Parlor (Floor 6)

Session 256
Public and Private Means of Social Protection

Chair: Joanne Klein, Boise State University

1. Without “the Remotest Idea of the Magnitude and Complexity of the Task at Hand”: Partisan Politics, Patronage, and the Implementation of Federal Relief, 1933-34Elisabeth Clemens, University of Chicago.

2. Crowdfunding for Healthcare and Education: Old Wine in New Bottles?Erik Schneiderhan, University of Toronto; Martin Lukk, University of Toronto.

3. How Did Japan’s Realize Societal Equality with a Small Government in the 1980s? - An Analysis of the Formation of Japanese-Style Income Policy -Ryotaro Takahashi, Tokai University.

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