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SOCIAL ASSISTANCE AND ITS IMPORTANCE IN ECONOMY

Marin Mirea

Junior Scientific Researcher, 2017, vol. 3, issue 2, 26-41

Abstract: Social assistance is an important component of the national and international economy and indicates the degree of development of local and national government, being an important element in the composition of the administration budget. A sensitive and, at the same time, special issue of social policies is the need of social assistants, which over time has led to political confrontations, electoral strategies, but also to the construction and implementation of economic strategies in order to track, guide and diminish the number of social assistants and reduce the budget burden. Local and national budgets are affected by the number of social assistants, and accurately categorizing them in well-defined categories can generate targeted policies with varying degrees of implementation among social assistants, depending on the category they belong to, generating social assistance where appropriate, and a reduction in the number of social assistants who should not benefit from this form of assistance. Through this article we want to highlight the close link between the social aid granted by the state through the social assistance programs offered to the people able to carry out gainful employment, the consequences of these social assistance measures on the labor market and the influence of this phenomenon in the local economy and national.

Keywords: social worker; social policies; services; administration; budget (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: M20 M40 M41 H55 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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