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Social security that works for families Michael O'Brien

By: O'Brien, Michael.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Policy Quarterly.Publisher: Institute for Governance and Policy Studies, 2019Subject(s): CHILDREN | ECONOMIC ASPECTS | EMPLOYMENT | FAMILIES | POVERTY | SOCIAL POLICY | SOCIAL WELFARE | WOMEN | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Special issue In: Policy Quarterly, 2019, 15(1): 10-16Summary: There have been significant changes in employment and in family structure over the last half century. This article explores some of the social security changes required to develop a welfare system that is both responsive to and reflective of those broader changes and more effective in providing support that is timely, and effective in providing relief from poverty. A range of quite specific changes are proposed. (Author's abstract). This article appears in a Policy Quarterly Special Issue: Welfare State Reform. Follow the link for other articles. Record #6190
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Policy Quarterly, 2019, 15(1): 10-16

There have been significant changes in employment and in family structure over the last half century. This article explores some of the social security changes required to develop a welfare system that is both responsive to and reflective of those broader changes and more effective in providing support that is timely, and effective in providing relief from poverty. A range of quite specific changes are proposed. (Author's abstract). This article appears in a Policy Quarterly Special Issue: Welfare State Reform. Follow the link for other articles. Record #6190