Introduction to Social Security: Policies, Benefits and Poverty

1st Edition

John Ditch

Routledge
Published September 23, 1999
Textbook - 264 Pages
ISBN 9780415214315 - CAT# RU19953

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Summary

Social Security forms a major area of government policy and social expenditure. Government activity in this area impacts directly on all citizens, and consequently social security policy is the focus for much debate. People are affected by social security whether by funding it through taxation, or using it when claiming unemployment or other benefits. Introduction to Social Security is an up-to-date text on this important and complex social policy issue. It provides a second introduction for students of social policy and administration and includes contributions from some of the best known and most respected names in the field.

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