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eBook Social Security in Global Perspective ePub
Author: John Dixon
Language: English
ISBN: 0275965104
ISBN13: 978-0275965105
Publisher: Praeger (July 30, 1999)
Pages: 376
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Other
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By providing a global perspective on social security, Dixon enables scholars, students, and social security administrators to place national and perhaps regional social security policy debates into their larger, regional an. .

By providing a global perspective on social security, Dixon enables scholars, students, and social security administrators to place national and perhaps regional social security policy debates into their larger, regional and global settings. The volume is intended for scholars and graduate students in the broad fields of social work, social welfare, and social security. Dixon examines the social security systems of 172 countries. Focusing on the diverse array of approaches existing today, he explores global social security patterns, recent developments, and future issues, and he assesses and ranks social security programs and systems.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Social Security in Global Perspective. Social Security in Global Perspective. By providing a global perspective on social security, Dixon enables scholars, students, and social security administrators to place national and perhaps regional social security policy debates into their larger, regional and global settings. This study began in 1985 as a short monograph (Dixon 1986) written during a sabbatical as a Fulbright at the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee. It subsequently grew.

By providing a global perspective on social security, Dixon enables scholars, students, and social security administrators to place national and perhaps regional social security policy debates into their larger, regional and global settings

By providing a global perspective on social security, Dixon enables scholars, students, and social security administrators to place national and perhaps regional social security policy debates into their larger, regional and global settings.

Most have an employment-based strategy, social insurance, that restricts coverage to those in paid formal employment. The cash entitlements provided are predominantly earnings-related. The first of three articles focusing on the state of social security in developing countries, this presents the International Labour Organisations (ILO) relevant international labour standards. Format Hardback 376 pages.

Professor of Public Policy. Middle East Technical University . His other major books are The Situational Logic of Social Actions, with Rhys Dogan and Alan Sanderson (2009), The Privatisation of Mandatory Retirement Income Protection: International Perspectives with Mark Hyde and Glen Drover (2006), Responses to Governance: The Governing of Corporations, Societies and the World (2003), Social Security in Global Perspective (1999), and The Chinese.

John Dixon, Social Security in a Global Perspective, Westport, CT, Praeger, 1999, xxiii + 355 pp. JOCHEN CLASEN (a1).

Social security in global perspective The social dimensions of development: Social policy and planning in the third world. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Social security in global perspective. Westport CT: Praeger. Dominelli, L. (2007). Revitalising communities in a globalising world: Contemporary social work studies. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate. Elliott, . & Mayadas, N. (1996). The social dimensions of development: Social policy and planning in the third world. New York: Haworth Press. Hatton, J. & Williamson, G. J. (2006). Global migration and the world economy: Two cen- turies of policy and performance.

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Suspension Geometry and computation. ISBN 9780470510216 (978-0-470-51021-6) Hardcover, Wiley, 2009. Coauthors & Alternates.

Describes and evaluates the social security systems in 172 countries. Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H). 4 x . 6 x . 0 Inches.

Dixon examines the social security systems of 172 countries. Focusing on the diverse array of approaches existing today, he explores global social security patterns, recent developments, and future issues, and he assesses and ranks social security programs and systems. By providing a global perspective on social security, Dixon enables scholars, students, and social security administrators to place national and perhaps regional social security policy debates into their larger, regional and global settings. The volume is intended for scholars and graduate students in the broad fields of social work, social welfare, and social security.

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