Title: Property and Social Citizenship: Social Policy beyond the North
Published on: March 2, 2020
Published in: Social Policy and Society - Cambridge University Press
This article examines how the property rights in land have come to be a constitutive element of social citizenship. Reviewing the theoretical developments on the idea of social citizenship since Marshall’s seminal essay on Citizenship and Social Class (1950), this introductory article identifies four processes that bring property rights to the centre stage of social rights.