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Author International Labour Office. Social Security Department.

Title Extending social security to all : a guide through challenges and options
Published Geneva, Switzerland : ILO, 2010
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Contents Introduction -- Part I. The policy framework -- Ch. 1. Needs, rights and a promise unfulfilled -- Ch. 2. An emerging policy framework for adequate social security for all -- Ch. 3. Practical policy options and policy design issues -- Ch. 4. Summary and conclusions -- Part II. Facts and evidence -- Ch. 5. A statistical analysis of the coverage gap -- Ch. 6. Country experiences -- Ch. 7. Effects of non-contributory social transfers in developing countries: An overview -- Annexes -- Bibliography
Summary "The financial, fiscal and economic affordability and sustainability of social protection systems has become, rightly or wrongly, a major concern for countries at all stages of economic development. This Guide provides evidence showing both that some level of social security can be afforded at early stages of national development; and that social security systems remain affordable even when economies mature and populations age, and hence, a country's national investment in social security can be well justified, whether or not an extensive social security system has already been developed."--Introduction
Notes Title from title screen (viewed 7 Mar. 2011)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Basic needs -- Law and legislation.
Human services -- Political aspects.
Income maintenance programs -- Statistics.
Social security.
Genre/Form Statistics.
Statistics.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9221230643 (print)
9221230651 (web pdf)
9789221230649 (print)
9789221230656 (web pdf)