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The Financing of social insurance in Central and Eastern Europe.

The Financing of social insurance in Central and Eastern Europe.

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Published by International Social Security Association in Geneva .
Written in English

  • Europe, Central.,
  • Europe, Eastern.
    • Subjects:
    • Social security -- Europe, Central.,
    • Social security -- Europe, Eastern.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Other titlesFinancement de l"assurance sociale en Europe centrale et orientale
      SeriesSocial security documentation., no. 20
      ContributionsInternational Social Security Association.
      LC ClassificationsHD7164.7 .F56 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination107 p. :
      Number of Pages107
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1223335M
      ISBN 109284310695
      LC Control Number94223078

      CEEOL is a leading provider of academic e-journals and e-books in the Humanities and Social Sciences from and about Central and Eastern Europe. In the rapidly changing digital sphere CEEOL is a reliable source of adjusting expertise trusted by scholars, publishers and librarians. Eastern Europe is the eastern region of term "Eastern Europe" still means such European countries that until the end of the Cold War were Post-Soviet states in Europe or states in Europe that once belong to the Soviet describe Eastern Europe as a region of predominantly Slavic cultures, but other ethnic groups live there as well.

      A Hermes cover (Hermesdeckung in German) is an export credit guarantee (ECG) by the German Federal Government.. These guarantees are an important part of German foreign trade policy and protect German companies in the event of non-payment by foreign debtors.   This chapter sums up the main findings of the book and its contribution to our understanding of contemporary welfare states in Europe. It also discusses the potential challenges the CEE welfare states are facing today because of their hybrid institutional and programmatic set-up. The CEE welfare states are no ‘cheapjack versions’ of welfare states in the European context, but new Author: Kati Kuitto.

      3. Monitoring the Impact of Social Transfers Monitoring the Change in Social Inequality in Central and Eastern Europe Monitoring the Impact of Social Transfers 4. Discussion Conclusion Conclusion Conclusion The New Welfare Consensus 99 Dollar Social Franchise Information from US, Australia/New Zealand, Canada, Central America, Eastern Europe, Middle East, Mexico, South America.

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