Poverty Target Programs for The Elderly In India: With Special Reference to National Old Age Pension Scheme, 1995
AbstractThis paper looks into various aspects of the old age pension debate and related policies in India. In the analysis that follows, we address issues such as: the identity of the drivers of change; the political context in which many of these policies emerged; the intrinsic relationship between poverty and old age problems; state ideology; and the design and implementation of related policies.
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old age; pension; pverty; political context; state ideology;
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