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사회서비스 공급모형과 재정 효율성(Supply model and efficiency of social services provided by the government)

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  • 손원익; 최성은; 박태규; 이한준; 김진
  • 한국조세재정연구원


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Title 사회서비스 공급모형과 재정 효율성(Supply model and efficiency of social services provided by the government)
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손원익; 최성은; 박태규; 이한준; 김진

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서울:한국조세재정연구원

Date 2013-12
Pages 267
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Social Development < Social Welfare
Holding 한국조세재정연구원

Abstract

Income increased needs for social services, and the demand for social services has been gradually increasing. Social welfare services such as educational services, health care, child care and elderly care and welfare of persons with disabilities and cultural services are classified as social services in a broad sense. These services are provided by the government budget, and the scale of these services is expected to further increase.

This study examines the issues of supply models for social services. Both theoretical issues and real case issue are reviewed. For this study the survey methodology is used, and the conditions for the voucher scheme are examined to evaluate the suitability of the supply model.
Social services for infants and child, can be classified as cash assistance, e- vouchers, implicit voucher for providers, government's direct supply. The total amount for this service reached 6 trillion won in 2012. However, problems such as moral hazard of providers, lack of child care facilities and poor quality of child care need to be solved, To address this need , the current service delivery structure and support systems need to be redesigned. In addition, information of the overall operating matters and details about accreditation, penalties and other information such as special expenses need to be open to the public to strengthen consumer’s choice. (The rest omitted)