KWS

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AcronymDefinition
KWSKey Word Spotting (speech recognition technology)
KWSKenya Wildlife Service
KWSKnowledge Work Systems
KWSKitchener-Waterloo Symphony (Canada)
KWSKenny Wayne Shepherd (blues guitarist)
KWSKeynesian Welfare State
KWSKnowledge Worker System (groupware developed by US Army Corps of Engineers Construction Engineering Research Laboratory)
KWSKugelberg-Welander Syndrome
KWSKaltwassersatz (German)
KWSKilkenny Welding Supplies Ltd (Ireland)
KWSKansas Wildflower Society (now Kansas Native Plant Society)
KWSKernkraftwerk Sud
KWSKuchlak Welfare Society
KWSKing & Winston Winnie Williams (singer)
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The neo-Gramscian framework used in the current discussion will foreground economic restructuring of the Keynesian welfare state within a neoliberal paradigm.
Thus Kuttner has a hard time explaining why the Keynesian welfare state is under attack worldwide.
Wendy McKeen reviews the National Children's Agenda to caution against romanticizing the rapidly-retreating Keynesian welfare state, which failed to either adequately address social needs or concerns of equality and social justice.
Her central argument is that the patterns of influence of group politics have been reshaped by the shift from the Keynesian welfare state era to the era of neoliberal globalization.
Underlying this drift was capital's growing intolerance for the postwar Keynesian welfare state in the face of conditions of persistent economic crisis and intensifying global competition.
She makes the point that recent efforts to destabilise the Keynesian welfare state policy agenda with a neo-classical economics policy agenda has been a significant recent instance of policy reform that fits Nyland's approach.
It would be reasonable to draw at least some links between these two transformations: the greater challenges produce by the economic nationalism of the Keynesian welfare state required institutions with more diverse functions and comprehensive memberships.
In short, industrialization leads to convergence, post-capitalism, mixed economies, and the Keynesian welfare state. The fundamental goals and values of socialism could be achieved within a market economy if the citizenry elected social democrats into government.
Always, we are just trying to save a bit of the Keynesian welfare state. Coalition politics does not allow us to present a positive alternative.
Indeed, it describes much of the Keynesian welfare state consensus of the first three decades after World War II.
The NDP is seen as an indispensable though increasingly unreliable rampart protecting what is left of a fast disappearing Keynesian welfare state and smoke-stack economy.
While he forswears nostalgia for the Keynesian welfare state (KWS) and claims to reject the notion that there are certain roles the state "should" play, he is explicit about using the KWS as the standard by which he measures and assesses the neoconservative turn.