Politici Din Sfera Protectiei Sociale Si Sustenabilitatea Lor In Contextul Constrangerilor Bugetare
[Policy Of Social Protection Sphere And Their Sustenability In The Context Of Budgetary Constraints]
AbstractThis article aims to ofer a new framework for social protection approach starting from identifying common ground, or at least a certain degree of convergence of different approaches from the literature on the area of manifestation, objectives and social protection configuration and highlighting subsequently impact on the economy policies in this area, and society in general. We see that more attention should be paid to aspects of integrative / correlative coherence of social protection policies that would allow better efficiency and rationalization of social costs in general and, in particular, those that have direct impact on public finances.
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Date of creation: May 2013
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social protection system; social insurance; safety nets; social inclusion;
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