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タイトル: Transformation and continuity of the Argentine welfare state -- evaluating social security reform in the 1990s
著者: Usami, Koichi
宇佐見, 耕一
キーワード: Social security
Social welfare
Issue Date: Jun-2004
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies
引用: The Developing Economies 42.2 (2004.6): 217-240
抄録: Beginning after World War II, Argentina institutionalized a limited conservative corporatist welfare state where occupation-linked social insurance held a central position and social assistance had a residual character. This was called a limited conservative corporatist welfare state, because the huge population within the informal sector was excluded from the main system. A populist government supported by trade unions and the economic model of import-substituting industrialization were the background for the formation of this type of welfare state. During the 1990s, elements of a liberal regime were added to the Argentine welfare state under the reform carried out by the Menem Peronist government. However, social insurance reform and labor reform were not as drastic as the economic reform. They still retained a certain continuity from the traditional systems. The government intended to carry out more drastic social security and labor reform, but was unable to do so due to the legacy of corporatism of the Peronist government.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/107
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