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Politicile Sociale In Romania


  • Ciobanu, Ghenadie

    () (INCSMPS)


În România, politica sociala este o politica coordonata de catre Ministerul Muncii, Solidaritatii Sociale si Familiei si sustinuta de activitatea altor ministere precum Ministerul Sanatatii si Ministerul Educatiei si Cercetarii. Domeniile de activitate ale politicii sociale nationale sunt: Piata fortei de munca (inclusiv somajul) si politicile salariale; Pensiile si alte drepturi de asigurari sociale;Asistenta sociala si politicile familiale;Relatiile de munca, securitatea si sanatatea în munca. La aceste domenii de care este responsabil în special Ministerul Muncii se adauga domeniile: Asigurari de Sanatate, Politici din sfera locuintei si locuirii, Politici în sfera Educatiei, Politicile sociale din domeniul probatiunii / reinsertiei sociale a persoanelor delinvente si alte politici sociale de care sunt responsabile în principal alte ministere. Finantarea politicii sociale în mod prioritar este din surse bugetare si este coordonata de Ministerul economiei si finantelor. Paper:

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  • Ciobanu, Ghenadie, 2009. "Politicile Sociale In Romania," Papers 2009/117, Osterreichish-Rumanischer Akademischer Verein.
  • Handle: RePEc:ris:sphedp:2009_117

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    social policy; coordinated policies; social assistance; social welfare; reform promotion; unemployment;

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    • A11 - General Economics and Teaching - - General Economics - - - Role of Economics; Role of Economists


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