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사회정책목표의 실질적 달성을 위한 중장기복지재정운용방향(The mid and long term policy directions of the social expenditure for the real attainment of the social policy goals)

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  • 사회정책목표의 실질적 달성을 위한 중장기복지재정운용방향(The mid and long term policy directions of the social expenditure for the real attainment of the social policy goals)
  • 유근춘; 국중호; 김태은
  • 한국보건사회연구원


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Title 사회정책목표의 실질적 달성을 위한 중장기복지재정운용방향(The mid and long term policy directions of the social expenditure for the real attainment of the social policy goals)
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Author(Korean)

유근춘; 국중호; 김태은

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서울:한국보건사회연구원

Date 2012-10
Series Title; No 연구보고서 / 2012-19
ISBN 978-89-8187-947-1 93330
Pages 162
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
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Subject Social Development < Social Welfare
Holding 한국보건사회연구원

Abstract

The moving motivation of this study was that the discussion about the social expenditure is usually long but has no real outcomes and to avoid this the real attainment of the social policy goals should be emphasized. If the policy instruments are chosen only by the criterium of the real attainment of the social policy goals, the virtuous circle between economy and the welfare system must be the main object.
In order to address this research problem the social policy goals and the relation between economy and the welfare system are specifically presented and the international comparison method is applied. The study leads to the following results.
Firstly, the high burden and high welfare type or the low burden and low welfare type has no definite relation to the economy performance. That is, the good and bad economic performance is equally possible for the each type. It means that there are conditions for each type that lead to the good economic performance and it is very important to realize this preconditions. (The rest is ommitted)