welfare state

  • 21welfare state — gerovės valstybė statusas T sritis Politika apibrėžtis Valdymo ir administravimo sistema, kurioje vyriausybė yra įsipareigojusi užtikrinti savo šalies gyventojų ekonominį ir socialinį saugumą ir bent minimalius socialinės gerovės… …

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  • 22welfare state — Synonyms and related words: ADC, Medicaid, Medicare, absolute monarchy, aristocracy, autarchy, autocracy, autonomy, child welfare, coalition government, colonialism, commonweal, commonwealth, constitutional government, constitutional monarchy,… …

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  • 23welfare state — A term that emerged in the 1940s to describe situations where the state has a major responsibility for welfare provision via social security systems, offering services and benefits to meet people s basic needs for housing, health, education, and… …

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  • 24welfare state — noun a) a social system in which the state takes overall responsibility for the welfare of its citizens, providing health care, education, unemployment compensation and social security …

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  • 25welfare state — wel′fare state n. gov a state in which the welfare of the people in such matters as social security, health and education, housing, and working conditions is the responsibility of the government • Etymology: 1940–45 …

    From formal English to slang

  • 26welfare state — wel·fa·re sta·te loc.s.m.inv. ES ingl. {{wmetafile0}} TS econ., polit. sistema sociale in cui lo stato garantisce a tutti i cittadini un livello minimo di reddito e l accesso ai servizi ritenuti socialmente indispensabili {{line}} {{/line}} DATA …

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  • 27welfare state — noun a government that undertakes responsibility for the welfare of its citizens through programs in public health and public housing and pensions and unemployment compensation etc. (Freq. 2) • Hypernyms: ↑state …

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  • 28welfare state — /ˈwɛlfɛə steɪt/ (say welfair stayt) noun 1. a nation or state in which the government undertakes the prime responsibility in areas such as social security, health and education, housing, and working conditions. 2. a nation or state viewed as… …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 29welfare state — noun a system whereby the state undertakes to protect the health and well being of its citizens, especially those in need, by means of grants, pensions, and other benefits …

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  • 30welfare state — country which cares for the basic needs of its citizens (i.e. health, housing, education) …

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  • 31WELFARE STATE BRITANNIQUE — L’expression Welfare State est le plus souvent traduite en français par État providence. Elle semble être née en Angleterre en 1942, par un jeu de mots qui l’opposait à Warfare State (état de guerre), et son «inventeur» fut peut être l’archevêque …

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  • 32WELFARE STATE (États-Unis) — WELFARE STATE, États Unis L’assistance sociale est aux États Unis une notion relativement récente. Elle est née dans les années 1930, lorsque le président Roosevelt entreprit de pallier dans la mesure du possible les effets de la grande crise… …

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  • 33Hidden Welfare State — The Hidden Welfare State is a term coined by Christopher Howard, assistant professor of government at the College of William and Mary, to refer to tax expenditures with social welfare objectives that are often not included in discussions about… …

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  • 34Italian welfare state — Since Esping Andersen, works upon the models of welfare state showed only two tendencies about Italy’s placement in the typology. Esping Andersen himself (1990) and Castles Mitchell (1993) put Italy in the Conservative Corporatist model, along… …

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  • 35European welfare state — There are three main interpretations of the idea of a welfare state: * the provision of welfare services by the state. * an ideal model in which the state assumes primary responsibility for the welfare of its citizens. This responsibility is… …

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  • 36The Mammaries of the Welfare State — infobox Book | name = The Mammaries of the Welfare State author = Upamanyu Chatterjee cover artist = country = India language = English series = genre = Novel publisher = Penguin Books release date = 2000 pages = 440 pp isbn = ISBN 0 670 87934 7… …

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  • 37Grandfathers of the Welfare State — Winston Churchill, Lloyd George …

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  • 38welfare statism — welfare state …

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  • 39Welfare capitalism — Welfare capitalism, started in the 19th century, refers either to the combination of a capitalist economic system with a welfare state or in a strictly American context to the practice of businesses providing welfare like services to employees.… …

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  • 40Welfare reform — is a movement for policy change in countries with a state administered social welfare systems. Welfare reform is a movement to change a government s social welfare policy with aims at reducing recipient dependence on the government. Members of… …

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