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Social Policies in an Age of Austerity

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  • John Karl Scholz
  • Hyungypo Moon
  • Sang-Hyup Lee

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Social Policies in an Age of Austerity is the first major publication on the topic, with a particular interest in the United States and the Republic of Korea. The authors of the ten chapters in this book review recent developments in social policies in OECD countries, with a focus on achieving greater effectiveness in public spending on social programs, under increasingly tight national budgets. The contributions cover social and fiscal policy and issues in labor market policy, in addition to the effectiveness of social insurance, education and antipoverty policy.

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  • John Karl Scholz & Hyungypo Moon & Sang-Hyup Lee (ed.), 2015. "Social Policies in an Age of Austerity," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 16524.
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