How far are the welfare states of Central and Eastern European
Countries distinct from the Bismarckian model of welfare?
A Coggle Diagram about Countries (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Bulgaria and Romanica), Biskmarckian WS (Social Insurance, Relatively low de-commodification and low social stratification. , Contribution-based benefits., Income-related benefits., Horizontal transfers. and Traditional breadwinner model.), Characteristics (Outcomes, Rebuilding the WS, Hybrid?, Diversity and History), Policies (Pensions, Employment, Family and Health), Similarities (Pensions, Employment, Hungary Healthcare and Traditional Familialisation), Differences (CEE much lower social expenditure on social protection., Hungary healthcare universal. and CEE has less generous pensions. ), Essay (Structure and Argument) and Challenges (CEE and Bismarck)