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by James H. Schulz,Eric R. Kingson

eBook Social Security in the 21st Century (Soas Studies on South Asia (Paperback)) ePub
Author: James H. Schulz,Eric R. Kingson
Language: English
ISBN: 0195104250
ISBN13: 978-0195104257
Publisher: Oxford University Press (September 26, 1996)
Pages: 336
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.6
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ePub file: 1639 kb
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Perfect for people who would like a comprehensive overview on social security, this book offers an authoritative but balanced discussion of all issues of concern.

Social Security in the 21st Century Eric R. Kingson (Ed., James H. Schulz (Ed. Oxford University Press, USA, 1996 . catalog. Perfect for people who would like a comprehensive overview on social security, this book offers an authoritative but balanced discussion of all issues of concern.

Should social security be means- tested?, Eric R. Kingson and James H. Schulz Are social security benefits too high ot. .On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book.

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Social security has proved to be one of the most successful programmes in the USA. Despite this success, the design of the programme reflects yesterday's needs and it cant survive into the 21st century without significant reforms. This handbook offers an introduction to the basic ecomic, demographic, and political aspects of social security, and addresses issues such as intergenerational equity, gender discrimination, and the future of entitlement programmes in a time of reduced government spending. It is aimed at scholars and students of sociology and public policy. Despite this success, the design of the programme reflects yesterday's needs and it cannot survive into the 21st century without significant reforms

Social Security has proved to be one of the most successful programmes in the USA. Despite this success, the design of the programme reflects yesterday's needs and it cannot survive into the 21st century without significant reforms.

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The South Asian security complex refers to security interdependencies between the states in the region, and also includes the effect that powerful .

The South Asian security complex refers to security interdependencies between the states in the region, and also includes the effect that powerful external actors, such as China, the US and Russia, and geopolitical interests have on regional dynamic.

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The Social Security program is now 75 years old and debate and reform are in the ai.

The Social Security program is now 75 years old and debate and reform are in the air. Some decry that its benefits are inadequate and should be improved, especially for lifetime low earners, women and minorities. Others, more loudly, proclaim that the system is in financial difficulty and, if nothing is done, will soon go broke. Using Social Security Administration administrative records matched to the 1993 and 1996 SIPP panels, we assess discrepancies in reports of benefit receipt and benefit amounts for four sample months. The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) "payment" records are excellent sources of "true" Federally administered SSI payments.

Social security has proven to be one of the most successful programs in the United States. No other program has done more to transform old age or to protect family incomes against economic risks arising from the disability or death of a working family member. Polls consistently show strong support for Social Security, but these same polls also show that the public, especially the young, is skeptical about whether Social Security will be able to meet its obligations. The program's harshest opponents call it a "Ponzi scheme." Arguing that the young will be left "holding the bag," they call for a shift towards greater personal savings or means-testing. Experts agree that the aging of the baby boom, longer life expectancies, and a changing economy will impose new challenges. But seeing no impending disaster, they point to reforms that leave intact basic Social Security commitments and structure. Not surprisingly, the public is confused and has many unanswered questions.Social Security in the 21st Century offers an introduction to the basic economic, demographic, and political aspects of social security, and addresses the questions most often asked regarding this subject. Featuring nationally recognized experts, the book presents clear, authoritative, and balanced discussions of contemporary Social Security issues, offering the historical background, concepts, statistics, and options necessary to make informed judgments about the program. These issues include the program's financial viability, its effects on the economy and the federal deficit, its consonance with American values, the adequacy of benefits for today's and tomorrow's old, its fairness to women and the young, disability reform and generational equity. It explains both the social insurance principles and political history related to the development of Social Security in the United States. The book avoids using technical jargon, making it ideal for a wide ranging audience including policymakers, teachers, journalists, students, and the general public. Special attention is given to the future and how Social Security can be changed to respond to the needs of generations to come.
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