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  • Social Assistance Policy Development and the Provision of a Decent Level of Income in Selected OECD Countries
Author
  • Willem Adema
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  • The paper starts with a brief look at social expenditure patterns and the importance of different social policy areas, in particular the role of social assistance policy within social protection systems. It then looks at the objectives of social assistance policy and considers payment-rates in terms of adequacy, financial incentives to work, addressing issues as budget standards, indexation methods and the policy approach towards specific client groups. Also, the study briefly highlights Chinese public expenditure issues more generally and presents some key indicators on the dynamics of ageing populations which will have consequences for future social expenditure trends in China.
  • RePEc:oec:elsaab:38-en
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  • English
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