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Kohl (1993). The residual welfare model limits the role of the state in intervening into the market to providing basic benefits and services to the needy. The industrial-achievement model applies the social insurance principle most extensively, making benefits dependent on employment and contributions. In the institutionalised model, the welfare state intervenes most vigorously into market allocation by implementing redistributive social policies, guaranteeing universal rights and providing public services to all citizens.
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