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World Social Security report 2010/11 [electronic resource] : providing coverage in times of crisis and beyond / International Labour Office.

Contributor(s): International Labour Office.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Geneva : ILO, 2010Description: 1 online resource (299 p.) : statistics.ISBN: 9789221232698 (electronic bk.); 9221232697 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Social security -- Cross-cultural studies | social security | scope of coverage | gaps in coverage | social security policy | role of ILO | developed countries | developing countries | s�ecurit�e sociale | champ d'application | lacunes dans la couverture | politique de la s�ecurit�e sociale | r�ole de l'OIT | pays d�evelopp�es | pays en d�eveloppement | seguridad social | campo de aplicaci�on | vac�ios en la cobertura | pol�itica de la seguridad social | papel de la OIT | pa�ises desarrollados | pa�ises en desarrollo | Finance | Social security -- Periodicals | Social security -- Statistics -- Periodicals | Social security | Social Science | Business | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy / Social SecurityGenre/Form: ILO pub | pub OIT | pub OIT | Electronic books.DDC classification: A368.4 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Pt. 1. Monitoring the state of social security coverage -- Definitions, standards and concepts -- Scope of social security coverage around the world: context and overview -- Social health protection coverage -- Coverage by social security pensions: income security in old age -- Income support to the unemployed -- Coverage by other branches of social security -- Minimum income support and other social assistance -- Investments in social security: amounts, results and efficiency -- Identifying factors for extended social security coverage -- Pt. 2. Thematic focus: social security in times of crisis -- Responding to economic crisis with social security -- Conclusion: closing the coverage gaps and building social security for all.
Summary: Presents the knowledge available on coverage by social security in different parts of the world, and identifies existing coverage gaps. Focuses in on three elements: (1) mapping social security coverage globally and by region or other country grouping; (2) presenting various methods and approaches to assessing social security coverage; (3) identifying and indicating gaps in measurable statistical knowledge on social security coverage, costs and impacts.
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Pt. 1. Monitoring the state of social security coverage -- Definitions, standards and concepts -- Scope of social security coverage around the world: context and overview -- Social health protection coverage -- Coverage by social security pensions: income security in old age -- Income support to the unemployed -- Coverage by other branches of social security -- Minimum income support and other social assistance -- Investments in social security: amounts, results and efficiency -- Identifying factors for extended social security coverage -- Pt. 2. Thematic focus: social security in times of crisis -- Responding to economic crisis with social security -- Conclusion: closing the coverage gaps and building social security for all.

Presents the knowledge available on coverage by social security in different parts of the world, and identifies existing coverage gaps. Focuses in on three elements: (1) mapping social security coverage globally and by region or other country grouping; (2) presenting various methods and approaches to assessing social security coverage; (3) identifying and indicating gaps in measurable statistical knowledge on social security coverage, costs and impacts.

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