4 edition of Poverty and the adequacy of social security in the EC found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-201).
|Statement||edited by Herman Deleeck, Karel Van den Bosch, Lieve de Lathouwer.|
|Contributions||Deleeck, Herman., Bosch, Karel van den., Lathouwer, Lieve de.|
|LC Classifications||HD7164.5 .P68 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 201 p. :|
|Number of Pages||201|
|LC Control Number||92027249|
5 The term ‘tone’ is a term for the social acceptability of the mode of administration of benefits, just as the cash level is evaluated in terms of adequacy for a specified level of living. See J. Veit-Wilson, ‘Consensual Approaches to Poverty Lines and Social Security’, Journal of Social File Size: KB. Social Security and improve benefit adequacy for vulnerable elders. This working paper is based on the chapter “Economic Status of the Aged,” in the Handbook of Aging and the Social Sciences by R.H. Binstock and L. George (eds.), 7th Edition (Oxford: Elsevier, ).
Social Security plays a crucial role in reducing poverty The federal government defines “poverty” as income below specific amounts that the Bureau of the Census establishes. These thresholds, known as federal poverty levels (FPL), are adjusted annually for inflation and vary according to family size and the age of the head of the family. But under the principle of adequacy, the Social Security beneﬁt formula overlooks years of low earnings (for example, when a worker may have been disabled or unemployed), and it replaces a higher proportion of earnings for the poor than for the rich.
Without their Social Security income, percent of seniors would have been poor in , the Census Bureau reports; with Social Security, their poverty rate under the SPM is percent. (While these figures use the SPM, Social Security also has a strong effect on the official poverty measure because it provides cash assistance.). The principal problematic issue in all poverty measures is the source and status of the standards of needs and deprivation. Rejection of minimum subsistence or quasi-absolute approaches to defining poverty, and acceptance of the social relativism of poverty, logically demand that the indicators of deprivation equally be derived from the society in question and not be prescribed for it by Cited by:
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Examines the extent and social distribution of poverty, as well as the impact of social security on poverty. The study uses data from household panel surveys in seven countries and regions in the EC, including some of the poorer ones, such as Ireland, Catalonia and Greece.
Social protection systems traditionally serve a dual purpose: to maintain acquired living standards in the event of social risks and to combat poverty by guaranteeing adequate minimum incomes. More recently, these goals – which are basically instances of damage compensation – have been complemented with a third objective, namely to foster ‘active inclusion’ as a means of preventing or Author: Bea Cantillon.
Abstract. This paper presents comparative results on poverty and social security in seven countries and regions of the European Community (E.C.). The countries and regions are Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Lorraine (region of France), Ireland, Catalonia (region of Spain) and by: 2. : Social Security, Poverty and Social Exclusion in Rich and Poorer Countries (International Studies on Social Security) (): Saunders, Peter, Sainsbury, Roy: Books.
In this paper we consider trends in the poverty alleviating capacity of social protection for the population of active age over the past two decades, with focus on the ‘good’ years before the crisis. The paper begins with a discussion of the tense relationship between the three primary objectives of social security as previously defined.
H. DELEECK, K. VAN DEN BOSCH AND L. DE LATHOUWER (EDS) Poverty and the Adequacy of Social Security in the EC Aldershot, Avebury,pp.ISBN 1 X J.S. Ditch Journal of European Social Policy 5: 2, Author: J.S. Ditch. This working paper explores how the poverty reduction capacity of social security evolved in the Â‘boomingÂ’ years leading up to the current economic crisis.
The question to arise is whether and, if so, why social protection provides an explanation for, on the one hand, disappointing poverty trends in many of the EU15 and, on the other, declining poverty risks in Ireland and most of the new Member.
The poverty line reflects any calculations about the money required for subsistence living, including housing, food and other necessities. In measuring the level of poverty, a poverty line or poverty threshold, usually stated in terms of income, is defined to divide the society into two separate groups.
Orshansky’s initial poverty article. The Report of the Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) contained a chapter on poverty in America.* The chapter set a poverty line of $3, (in dollars) for families of all sizes; for unrelated Social Security Bulletin l Vol.
55, No. 4 l Winter 3. Social Security plays an important role in keeping older Americans out of poverty. The poverty threshold was $11, in About 9 percent of Americans age 65 and older is poor. need to do more to realize the right to social security for all people.
vent poverty, reduce inequality and promote social inclusion. The report highlights Adequacy of disability benefits. For the third time already, the European Commission and the Social Protection Committee have joined efforts to produce the Pension Adequacy Report.
This report, published every three years, provides an unparalleled overview of Member States' pension policies focusing on the adequacy of old-age incomes today and in the decades to come. Social Security and the Evolution of Elderly Poverty Gary V.
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In his 70s he started to teach a course at the London School of Economics on human rights and social policy and began to publish work articulating the case Social Security, Poverty and Social Exclusion in Rich and Poorer Countries: Deprivation and the Adequacy of Social Security Benefi ts.
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The European Poverty. Deleeck, Herman/Van den Bosch, Karel (), Poverty and adequacy of social security in Europe in a comparative analysis, Journal of European Social Cited by: 7. Social policy area Key social challenge Good social outcome 1. Preventing poverty and social exclusion through inclusive labour markets, adequate and sustainable social protection and high quality services The risk of poverty or social exclusion is significantly above the EU average for all age groups.The main policy framework in the field of EU social protection is the Europe strategy and the open method of coordination for social protection and social inclusion (Social OMC), which aims to promote social cohesion and equality through adequate, accessible and financially sustainable social protection systems and social inclusion policies.2) Assessing Poverty and Income Adequacy An examination of US & international trends in poverty.
An examination of a variety of concepts and measures that are used to describe poverty and income adequacy. A look at race/ethnicity and poverty.
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