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Social Protection Programmes Crisis – Solutions Between Pragmatism and Paradigm Changes

 

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  1. Authors:
      • Prof. Ph.D. Răzvan Papuc, Afiliation: University of Bucharest

    Pages:
      • 147|155

  2. Keywords: effectiveness, social inclusion, social policies, reform

  3. Abstract:
    The aim of this paper is to examine the redefining of the support policies related to the con­temporary ‘welfare’ state from the context of the public policy proposals coordinated by the World Bank, the European Union and ‘The Third Way’ of the British economist Anthony Giddens. The new strategies of support and inclusion on the labour force market are outlined through the design of educational policies, and furthermore, emphasis is given to the transition from a generous state based on inalienable civil rights towards one within which citizenship is being replaced as grounds for access to some natural rights with the micro and macro social intervention management based on ‘testing the means’ and on the ‘manage­ment of social risks’, - while the sustainability of the proposed systems relies on the actual possibilities of concurrence between the national and regional directives, within the context of certain social risks – both national and global. The paper also examines the reforms of the ‘welfare’ state through the filter of their effectiveness and feasibility as basic requirements in the balanced implementation of the current social policies.

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