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ID103903
Author(s)Cichon, Michael; Hagemejer, Krzysztof; Scholz, Wolfgang
Title

Social Budgeting in Transition Economies

PublishedInternational Social Security Review 54, 2/3, 2001, pp. 191-216
Language(s)English
ISSN0020-871X
SubjectsCentral Europe / Public Finance  [Browse all]
Eastern Europe / Public Finance  [Browse all]
Central Europe / Social Welfare  [Browse all]
Eastern Europe / Social Welfare  [Browse all]
Note"The first part of this paper portrays social budgeting as a pivotal tool in national social governance. The second explains the meaning of social budgeting, which, essentially, consists of two elements: a database and a set of interdependent tools for projecting social protection revenue and expenditure. The third part discusses the particular needs of the transition economies with respect to the financial planning of social protection, and it is argued that countries need models for social budgeting as a technical, non-ideological tool in order to prudently run social protection systems which are income redistribution mechanisms of potentially vast dimensions. The fourth part broadly explains the modular structure of the model, the advantage of this structure being that modules can intelligently be used as stand-alone submodels. It also further discusses the particular advantages of social budgeting in countries in transition and includes a number of examples of technical adjustments that would have to be made to the model structure when applying it in the context of transitional economies. The two main reasons for such adjustments are identified as the fast change of their socio-economic fabric over the past decade and the (related) changes in the collection and flow of data. The fifth part briefly presents social budget modelling projects implemented in central and eastern Europe, particularly focusing on the examples of Ukraine and Poland. Scenario simulations and policy experiments are presented and discussed. The conclusions summarize the advantages of social budgeting, using the ILO Social Budget Model (or a variant of it) in national and international contexts, and indicate the conditions required for successful implementation. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]"
Mediumarticle
URLonlinelibrary.wiley.com (homepage) Vol. 50 (1997) -
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