3 edition of New Zealand doctor and the welfare state found in the catalog.
New Zealand doctor and the welfare state
John Bird Lovell-Smith
Bibliography: p. 216-218.
|Statement||[by] J. B. Lovell-Smith.|
|LC Classifications||RA412 .L6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||67095288|
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He indicates preference for an alternative social citizenship model with high taxes and universal entitlements. Published by Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand PO Box Thorndon, WellingtonNew Zealand Authors: Welfare Justice: the Alternative Welfare Working Group Mike O’Brien (Chair) Sue Bradford Paul Dalziel Māmari Stephens Muru Walters Wendi Wicks Editors: Johanna Knox and Lisa Beech Design: Rose Miller ISBN: File Size: 1MB.
WHAT kind of welfare state should New Zealand have in 30 years. If the trends of the past 30 years were to continue, we could end up with more than a quarter of working-age adults living on benefits, a huge retired population relying on a hopelessly overstretched pension and health system, and younger workers struggling under a massive tax burden as government soaks up almost half the.
It's not just New Zealand, though. Other countries where the welfare state was a grand experiment responsible for universal health care and free education have run aground.
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Together with fiscal welfare and occupational welfare, it makes up the social policy of New Zealand. Social welfare is mostly funded through general taxation. Since the s welfare has been provided on the basis of need; the.
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