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Public social spending

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Abstract:

Social support to those in need is provided by a wide range of people and social institutions through a variety of means. Much of this support takes the form of social expenditures, which comprises both financial support (through cash benefits and tax advantages) and "in‐kind" provision of goods and services. To be included in social spending, benefits have to address one or more contingencies, such as low‐income, oldage, unemployment and disability.

Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: May 1, 2009

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