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2012, ISBN 9780821388495, xvi, 299
"Severance pay, a program that provides compensation to workers on termination of employment, is the most widely used income protection program for the... 
Severance pay | Unemployment insurance | JOB SEPARATION | ANNUAL INTEREST RATE | LABOR MARKETS | BUSINESS CYCLE | AVERAGE INTEREST RATE | PROGRAM DESIGN | MINIMUM WAGE | EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTION | RIGID LABOR MARKET | UNEMPLOYMENT RATES | INDIVIDUAL SAVINGS | LOW INCOME | CASH TRANSFERS | INTEREST RATES | PRIVATE SECTOR | EARNINGS | LIABILITY | SOURCE OF INCOME | INVOLUNTARY UNEMPLOYMENT | FORCED SAVINGS | SAFETY NET | CALCULATION | ADDITIONAL INCOME | ADVERSE EFFECTS | PENSION FUND ADMINISTRATORS | INVESTING | PENSION PLANS | FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS | MANDATED BENEFITS | PROPERTY TAX | CAPITAL INVESTMENTS | JOB MARKET | LOW INCOMES | BANKS | EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS | FIRM SIZE | CUSTOMER SERVICES | PRELIMINARY RESULTS | SOCIAL FUND | CREDITS | MARKET TURNOVER | BANKRUPTCY | UNEMPLOYED WORKERS | COLLECTIVE BARGAINING | MONTHLY INCOME | MINIMUM PAYMENTS | CONTRACT LABOR | LABOR CONTRACTS | JOBS | RISK MANAGEMENT | JOB TENURE | EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES | BANK LENDING | PURCHASING POWER | WORTH | FIRING COSTS | CASH TRANSFER | LIVING STANDARDS | WAGE INCREASE | PENSION FUND | INCOME SUPPORT PROGRAMS | AVERAGE BALANCE | JOB CREATION | SALARY | INSURANCE POLICIES | INVENTORY | MORAL HAZARD | TREASURY BONDS | DISABILITY | FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT | PENSION REFORM | RATE OF RETURN | UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE | RENTS | INCOME SUPPORT SYSTEMS | RETIREMENT | LABOR MARKET REFORMS | PENSION FUNDS | UNEMPLOYMENT DURATION | FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY | LABOR MARKET | AFFECTED WORKERS | SOCIAL FUNDS | DISABILITY INSURANCE | LABOR MARKET REGULATIONS | BENEFICIARIES | DEVELOPMENT BANK | INSURANCE SCHEME | JOB SECURITY | RATE OF RETURNS | LABOR SUPPLY | VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS | UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE | LABOR COSTS | SOCIAL INSURANCE | FLEXIBLE LABOR MARKETS | LABOR MARKET PERFORMANCE | LOAN | EXPENDITURES | PENSIONS | AVERAGE INTEREST | PENSION SYSTEMS | MORTGAGE | UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS | YOUNG WORKERS | PENSION REFORMS | SOCIAL ASSISTANCE | YOUTH EMPLOYMENT | ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS | ANNUAL SALARY | ECONOMIC SHOCKS | INFORMAL SECTOR | RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS | BARGAINING AGREEMENT | CHILD LABOR | LABOR LEGISLATION | RATES OF RETURN | DEPOSIT | DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS | PENSION | INCOME SUPPORT | RISING UNEMPLOYMENT RATE | INCOME SOURCES | INCOME DISTRIBUTION | ADEQUATE INCOME | TERMINATION | MONITORING COSTS | SEVERANCE PAY SYSTEM | COMPANY PENSION | FINANCIAL MARKETS | LABOR RELATION | WORKERS | MINIMUM BENEFITS | AMOUNT OF CONTRIBUTIONS | JOB SEARCH | LABOR LAWS | DISPLACEMENT | AVERAGE WAGE | PUBLIC ECONOMICS | UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE PROGRAM | WAGE GAP | DOMESTIC WORKERS | MORTGAGE PAYMENTS | SEVERANCE PAY | UNEMPLOYED | LABOR MARKET REGULATION | LABOR CONTRACT | TEMPORARY WORKERS | ANNUAL RETURNS | INDIVIDUAL PENSION | ECONOMIC DOWNTURNS | INCOME | LABOR MARKET POLICIES | PRIVATE FINANCIAL INSTITUTION | DISABILITIES | PUBLIC WORKS | SEVERANCE PAYMENTS | LABOR MARKET REFORM | PENSION RIGHTS | EMPLOYEE | INFORMAL ECONOMY | JOB LOSS | LABOR ECONOMICS | HOME IMPROVEMENT | CAPITAL ACCUMULATION | EMPLOYER | CREDIT UNIONS | DEPOSITS | INFLATION | INFORMAL LABOR MARKETS | SOURCES OF INCOME | WITHDRAWAL | SOCIAL SERVICES | SAFETY NETS | SAVINGS ACCOUNTS | LOW-INCOME | SAFETY | MINIMUM CONTRIBUTIONS | FUND MANAGEMENT | WORKER | DISMISSAL | LABOUR ADJUSTMENTS | MAXIMUM CONTRIBUTIONS | PENSION SCHEMES | INSURANCE COMPANIES | FIRING COST | ACCOUNTING | LABOR REGULATIONS | INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS | INSURANCE SCHEMES | LABOR MOBILITY | SAVINGS ACCOUNT | EMPLOYERS | VALUATION | LABOR PRODUCTIVITY | MINIMUM WAGES | FAMILY MEMBER | RETIRED | MARKET TRENDS | SOCIAL PROTECTION | COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT | LABOUR MARKET | LABOR FORCE | SOCIAL SECURITY | BANKING SYSTEM | FINANCIAL DIFFICULTIES | HUMAN CAPITAL | LUMP SUM | LABOUR CONTRACTS | FINANCES | PUBLIC PENSION | LABOUR MARKETS | LABOR REGULATION | SEVERANCE PAYMENT | MANDATORY SAVINGS | UNEMPLOYMENT | INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNT | JOB TRAINING | POOL OF FUNDS | LABOR MARKET CONDITIONS | RISING UNEMPLOYMENT | LOW UNEMPLOYMENT | PRIME AGE | EARNINGS-RELATED PENSION | LABOUR | DEBTS | MANDATORY SEVERANCE
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2011, Directions in development. Human development, ISBN 9780821384879, xxix, 286
Latin America and the Caribbean will soon face the challenges of an aging population. This process, which took over a century in the rich world, will occur in... 
Older people | Economic aspects | Aged | Economic conditions | Social aspects | Health aspects | Population aging | Congresses | Caribbean Area | Latin America | CHRONIC CONDITIONS | LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH | INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS | POPULATION RESEARCH | MORBIDITY | ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES | OFFICE OF POPULATION | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | ECONOMIC GROWTH | POLICY FRAMEWORK | PUBLIC POLICY | DIABETES | LEVEL OF POVERTY | PURCHASING POWER PARITY | ELDERLY POPULATION | NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS | HEALTH SERVICES | MALARIA | AVERAGE FAMILY SIZE | NATIONAL LEVEL | HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS | INDIVIDUAL HEALTH | OLDER PEOPLE | SCHOOL-AGE POPULATION | MORTALITY | CHILD CARE | TUBERCULOSIS | IMPACT ON HEALTH | CENTER FOR HEALTH | INCOME SECURITY | INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS | CHANGES IN POPULATION SIZE | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | FERTILITY | UNITED NATIONS POPULATION DIVISION | OLDER PERSONS | LARGE POPULATION | HEALTH POLICY | WORKING-AGE POPULATION | SOCIAL POLICY | PANDEMIC | POPULATION GROWTH | AGING | PUBLIC EDUCATION | PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES | HEALTH CARE UTILIZATION | POPULATION MOMENTUM | HEALTH EXPENDITURES | DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS | LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH | LEVELS OF PRODUCTIVITY | PURCHASING POWER | SERVICE UTILIZATION | FEMALE LIFE EXPECTANCY | POPULATION FIELD | OLD-AGE | INFANT MORTALITY RATE | DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES | REPLACEMENT LEVEL | DEMOGRAPHERS | FAMILIES | LACK OF ACCESS TO TREATMENT | DISABILITY | FAMILY MEMBERS | ADULT POPULATION | INFANT | POLIO | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | EUROPEAN IMMIGRATION | HEALTH SYSTEM | LABOR MARKET | HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS | OBESITY | HOSPITAL | POPULATION STUDIES | LOW FERTILITY | NUMBER OF BIRTHS | POOR NUTRITION | SPOUSE | YOUNG ADULTS | COMMUNICABLE DISEASES | HEALTH STATUS | ECONOMIC DEMOGRAPHY | MAJORITY OF CHILDREN | HEALTH CARE DEMAND | LABOR SUPPLY | HEALTH COSTS | ILLNESS | RURAL AREAS | RURAL POPULATION | FERTILITY LEVELS | CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE | AGE DISTRIBUTION | NATIONAL HEALTH SYSTEMS | PROGRESS | SECONDARY EDUCATION | URBAN POPULATION | HYPERTENSION | PENSIONS | MIGRATION | WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION | HEALTH CARE EXPENDITURES | FERTILITY RATE | SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS | DEPENDENCY RATIO | DECLINE IN FERTILITY | POPULATION GROWTH RATES | POLICY RESEARCH | YOUNG PEOPLE | HEALTH CARE | POPULATION ESTIMATES | IMPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH | FERTILITY RATES | REMITTANCES | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | RECIPIENT COUNTRIES | INFANT MORTALITY RATES | INDIVIDUAL INCOMES | INTEREST IN POPULATION | WORKFORCE | IMMIGRANTS | SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT | WORKERS | FERTILITY TRANSITIONS | CHILDREN PER WOMAN | CHRONIC DISEASE | IMPACT OF POPULATION | DISSEMINATION | LARGE POPULATIONS | LARGE FAMILIES | NUTRITION | PUBLIC HEALTH | FERTILITY DECLINE | HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION | RISK FACTORS | DEPENDENT CHILDREN | SLOWER POPULATION GROWTH | ISOLATION | INCOME | MIGRANTS | AGED | DISABILITIES | OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN | HEALTH CONDITIONS | POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT | ELDERLY | ADULT MORTALITY | HOSPITALIZATION | PROBABILITY | HIV | LEGAL STATUS | ILL HEALTH | LEGISLATORS | ECONOMIC STATUS | MEDICAL NEEDS | CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES | HEALTH PROBLEMS | WOMAN | LEVELS OF EDUCATION | MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH | YOUNG CHILDREN | LEADING CAUSES OF MORTALITY | SOCIAL EXPENDITURES | POPULATION GROUPS | REPRODUCTIVE AGE | POLICY DECISIONS | LIFE EXPECTANCY | LIVING CONDITIONS | DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION | POLICY CHANGE | POPULATION DISTRIBUTION | VIRGIN | PARASITIC DISEASES | PUBLIC SERVICES | INDIGENOUS POPULATIONS | DEPENDENCY RATIOS | ADEQUATE HEALTH CARE | DECLINES IN MORTALITY | LEADING CAUSES | IMMUNODEFICIENCY | LABOR FORCE | SOCIAL SECURITY | TRAUMA | WORLD CONFERENCE | URBAN CENTERS | OLDER ADULTS | IMMIGRATION COUNTRIES | INVESTMENT IN EDUCATION | CITIES | OLD AGE | SOCIAL WELFARE | CHILD MORTALITY | HEALTH FACILITIES | NUMBER OF CHILDREN | CHALLENGES OF POPULATION | POPULATION CHANGE | DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE | HEALTH PLANS | LONG-TERM CARE | UNEMPLOYMENT | ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS | POPULATION DIVISION | YOUNG AGES | RESPIRATORY DISEASES | POPULATION STRUCTURE | INFANT MORTALITY | WORLD POPULATION | POLICY MAKERS | SPOUSES | AGING POPULATIONS | POPULATION ISSUES | SOCIAL AFFAIRS | COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN
Book
2005, Directions in development (Washington, D.C.), ISBN 9780821363423, cm.
“This book is an extremely thorough and readable review of how effective utility subsidies are in reaching the poor. It makes sobering reading for policy... 
Subsidies | Rates | Public utilities | Developing countries | CAPITAL SUBSIDIES | COLLATERAL | HOUSEHOLD CONNECTIONS | ACCESS TO WATER SUPPLY | INCOME GROUP | CENTRAL GOVERNMENT | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | DISPOSABLE INCOMES | ECONOMICS LITERATURE | LOWER LEVEL OF SERVICE | GDP | FIXED COSTS | CONSUMER SUBSIDIES | CONSUMERS | DEMAND FOR POWER | KILOWATT-HOURS | CASH TRANSFERS | ACCESS TO SAFE WATER | CONNECTION CHARGES | FINANCIAL STABILITY | BALANCE | CUBIC METERS | ADEQUATE FINANCING | CONTRIBUTION | ELECTRICITY UTILITIES | CALCULATION | ELECTRICITY SUPPLY | INFORMATION ON CONTRIBUTIONS | CONSUMER | INCOME ELASTICITY OF DEMAND | HOUSEHOLD USE | COST INCREASES | ELECTRICITY | KILOWATT-HOUR | FIXED CHARGES | ALTERNATIVE FUELS | ELECTRIC UTILITY | INCOME LEVEL | ADVERSE CONSEQUENCES | CASH PAYMENT | CONSUMPTION LEVELS | INCOME | LITERACY | COSTS OF ELECTRICITY | CROSS-SUBSIDIES | BENEFICIARY | ECONOMIC COST | LOW-INCOME HOUSEHOLDS | COST RECOVERY | INCOME LEVELS | FIXED CHARGE | ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY | HOUSEHOLDS | CASH FLOW | LATIN AMERICAN | ECONOMIC COSTS | LOW-INCOME | CASH TRANSFER | LIVING STANDARDS | ADMINISTRATIVE BURDEN | DEBT | ELECTRICITY TARIFFS | CONNECTION FEE | FUEL | DISTRIBUTION OF COSTS | DRINKING WATER | GINI COEFFICIENT | COST ESTIMATES | CUBIC METER | CROSS-SUBSIDIZATION | LARGE CITIES | ELECTRIC UTILITIES | INCENTIVE COSTS | COST SAVINGS | GENERAL PUBLIC | CENTRAL AMERICA | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | BENEFICIARIES | COST OF WATER | DEVELOPMENT BANK | FINANCIAL LOSSES | INTEREST RATE | FINANCIAL LOSS | INEFFICIENCY | DELIVERY OF WATER SUPPLY | FINANCIAL SUPPORT | INCOME GROUPS | CONNECTED HOUSEHOLDS | ELASTICITY | LOAN | CONNECTION FEES | CONNECTION SUBSIDY | ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY | GROUPS OF CONSUMERS | GOVERNMENT SUBSIDY | LOW-INCOME CONSUMERS | APPROACH | CUSTOMER BASE | ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION | ELECTRICITY GENERATION | ELECTRIFICATION | ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS | CONSUMPTION BLOCKS | ENERGY USE
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2004, World Bank working paper, ISBN 9780821357149, Volume 23, 48 p. cm.
HIV/AIDS in Georgia is part of the World Bank Working Paper series. These papers are published to communicate the results of the Bank’s ongoing research and to... 
AIDS (Disease) | Georgia (Republic) | Public health | LEGAL FRAMEWORK | LABOR MARKETS | HIV INFECTIONS | DRUG RESISTANCE | POLICY IMPLICATIONS | AIDS EPIDEMIC | DIAGNOSTIC TOOL | EMIGRATION | DRUG TREATMENT | WASTE | DRUG USERS | HEALTH SECTOR | MORBIDITY | ANTENATAL CLINIC | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | AVAILABLE DATA | POLICY ANALYSIS | ECONOMIC GROWTH | VOLUNTARY COUNSELING | PRISONS | PRIORITY AREAS | ACCIDENTS | AGRICULTURE | PRIVATE SECTOR | COMMUNITY LEVEL | POLICY DIALOGUE | LEADERSHIP | NUTRITION | URBAN AREAS | SEX INDUSTRY | SHORT TERM | REFUGEES | MORTALITY | PUBLIC HEALTH | PATIENTS | STERILE INJECTION EQUIPMENT | RISK FACTORS | TUBERCULOSIS | MODE OF TRANSMISSION | BLOOD DONORS | ADVOCACY EFFORTS | CIVIL SOCIETY | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS | YOUTH HIV AIDS INFECTIONS | PRIVATE SECTORS | VENTILATION | INCOME | MIGRANTS | COMMERCIAL SEX | INTERVENTION | LABOR | GROUP DISCUSSION | SEX WITH MEN | PROSTITUTION | NEEDLE STICK | TECHNICAL SUPPORT | COMMERCIAL SEX WORKER | TRANSMISSION | DRUG USE | HIV | ADOLESCENTS | ADEQUATE SERVICES | SEXUAL ACTIVITY | TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE | NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS | DONOR ASSISTANCE | COMMERCIAL SEX WORK | CAPACITY BUILDING | IMMUNOLOGY | MEDICINES | REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH | NATIONAL SCALE | DISCRIMINATION | FAMILIES | LONG TERM | STDS | CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS | HUMAN RIGHTS | MEDIA | FINANCIAL MEANS | ADULT POPULATION | HEALTH | LIFE EXPECTANCY | PARTNERSHIP | HEPATITIS B VIRUS | HIV PREVENTION | UNAIDS | LEISURE TIME | IMPLEMENTATION ARRANGEMENTS | POLITICAL COMMITMENT | CONDOMS | POVERTY REDUCTION | AIDS TREATMENT | PRIVATE ORGANIZATIONS | EXTERNAL MIGRATION | NEW CASES | HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS | INTRAVENOUS DRUG USERS | POLICY DEVELOPMENT | METHODOLOGY | RISK GROUPS | SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES | HIGH-RISK GROUPS | RESOURCE ALLOCATION | IMMUNODEFICIENCY | SOCIAL SECURITY | STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION | GENDER INEQUALITY | SMOKING | AIDS ORPHANS | PSYCHOLOGY | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT REPORT | HEPATITIS B | HEPATITIS C | TRANSPORT | PREGNANT WOMEN | EXPENDITURES | HEALTH CARE SECTOR | HIGH-RISK | HIV POSITIVE | VERTICAL TRANSMISSION | STREET LIFE | MIGRATION | WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION | HIV INFECTION | INJECTING DRUG USERS | EPIDEMIOLOGICAL DATA | SEX WORKERS | SEXUAL TRANSMISSION | ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME | RELIGIOUS GROUPS | STERILIZATION | LENDING | FAMILY PLANNING | YOUNG PEOPLE | HEALTH CARE | NEW AIDS CASES | ENROLLMENT RATIO | EPIDEMICS | ALCOHOLISM
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Food & Nutrition Research, ISSN 1654-6628, 01/2014, Volume 58, Issue 1, pp. 23632 - 8
Elderly subjects are at risk of insufficient vitamin D status mainly because of diminished capacity for cutaneous vitamin D synthesis. In cases of insufficient... 
food sources | body composition | diet | 25-hydroxyvitamin D | fish consumption | Diet | Food sources | Body composition | Fish consumption | UNITED-STATES | ADEQUATE | FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY | ADULTS | RISK | NUTRITION & DIETETICS | SUNLIGHT | FISH | HEALTH | CONSUMPTION | Body mass index | Nutrition research | Vitamin D | Older people
Journal Article
06/2014
The recent financial crisis has emphasized the role of national saving for rising economic growth and promoting development. Since the crisis began, global... 
INVESTMENT DECISIONS | LABOR MARKETS | ADDITIONAL SAVINGS | CORPORATE TAX | BOND MARKET | FINANCIAL BEHAVIOR | OLDER WORKERS | PUBLIC SAVINGS | CONSUMERS | EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTION | MARKET ECONOMY | WAGE GROWTH | ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES | BANK FUNDING | TOTAL SAVING | PUBLIC POLICY | INTEREST RATES | MINIMUM PENSION | EARNINGS | FINANCIAL SECTOR DEVELOPMENT | DOMESTIC CAPITAL MARKET | STATE PENSIONS | NATIONAL BANK | REPLACEMENT RATE | CONTRIBUTION | TAX SYSTEM | CALCULATION | MODERN BANKING | SOCIAL SECURITY CONTRIBUTIONS | BONDS | FOREIGN EXCHANGE | ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT | PURCHASES | LIQUIDITY | INVESTING | FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS | MINIMUM PENSIONS | RETIREMENT SAVING | CORPORATE BEHAVIOR | PUBLIC PENSIONS | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | YOUNGER COHORTS | BANKS | EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS | VALUABLE | FINANCIAL LITERACY CAMPAIGNS | RESEARCH ASSISTANCE | LOCAL CURRENCY | BANKRUPTCY | PENSION SYSTEM | CONTRIBUTIONS | CAPITAL FLOWS | GROWTH RATE | DOMESTIC CONSUMPTION | INVESTMENT GUIDELINES | INDIVIDUAL FIRMS | CORPORATE BOND | BANK LENDING | CASH FLOW | WORTH | HOUSEHOLD SAVING | INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES | LIVING STANDARDS | GROWTH RATES | REAL ESTATE | FINANCIAL MARKET | DEBT | PENSION SAVINGS | DOMESTIC CAPITAL | INCOME TAX | SALARY | LONG-TERM SAVING | DISABILITY | PENSION REFORM | DEMOGRAPHIC | DISPOSABLE INCOME | EXTERNAL FINANCING | OUTPUT | RETIREMENT | EXTERNAL SHOCKS | PUBLIC INVESTMENT | PENSION FUNDS | INTERNATIONAL MARKETS | LABOR MARKET | WORKING AGE | REPLACEMENT RATES | ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE | RETIREMENT SAVINGS | DIRECT INVESTMENT | FISCAL DEFICIT | WAGES | SAVER | LONG-TERM INVESTMENT | BALANCE OF PAYMENTS | LOAN | SAVING BEHAVIOR | EXPOSURE | EXCHANGE RATE | CURRENCY | FOREIGN FINANCING | PRIVATE SAVING | PENSION SYSTEMS | MORTGAGE | SKILLED WORKERS | PENSIONERS | PENSION REFORMS | INVESTMENT PROGRAMS | YOUNG PEOPLE | DEREGULATION | INDIVIDUAL SAVING | PRIVATE PENSION | FOREIGN ASSETS | FOREIGN BANKS | WAGE | COLLATERAL | CAPITAL STOCK | FERTILITY RATES | FISCAL POLICY | RATES OF RETURN | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | PRIVATE SAVINGS | DEPOSIT | WORKING AGE POPULATION | ECONOMIC LIBERALIZATION | CAPITAL INVESTMENT | AGING COUNTRY | FINANCIAL POSITIONS | PRIVATIZATION | MORTGAGES | ADEQUATE INCOME | FISCAL SUSTAINABILITY | PENSION SCHEME | CREDIT RISK | TERMINATION | PROSPERITY | SAVERS | ASSET ACCUMULATION | DEBT CRISIS | FINANCIAL MARKETS | PASSIVE SAVING | GLOBAL FINANCIAL MARKETS | FINANCIAL STABILITY | FINANCIAL SYSTEM | INTERNATIONAL TRADE | CAPITAL INFLOWS | FUND INVESTMENT | DEFERRED ANNUITY | FINANCIAL SECTOR | INTEREST PAYMENTS | FINANCIAL MARKET DEVELOPMENT | WORKING LIFE | TRANSACTION | INCOME LEVEL | INDIVIDUAL PENSION | CAPITAL MARKET | FINANCIAL LITERACY | RETIREMENT INCOMES | RETIREMENT INCOME | INCOMES | PENSIONER | MONEY MARKETS | BALANCE SHEETS | SECURITIES | CURRENT ACCOUNT | FINANCIAL CRISIS | DIVIDENDS | MUNICIPAL BONDS | PRIVATE PENSION PLANS | CAPITAL ACCUMULATION | INCOME LEVELS | PUBLIC FINANCES | DEPOSITS | INFLATION | PENSION SPENDING | MARKET ECONOMIES | RETIREMENT PENSION | FINANCIAL SYSTEMS | WITHDRAWAL | DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PENSION | MARKET INFORMATION | PENSION SCHEMES | PRIVATE PENSION FUNDS | SAVINGS INSTRUMENTS | TAX RATES | ACCOUNTING | LIFE EXPECTANCY | INVESTMENT STRATEGIES | SENIOR | SAVINGS RATES | INDIVIDUAL PENSIONS | SMALLER FIRMS | RETURN ON SAVING | AUTOMATIC ENROLLMENT | STOCK MARKET | RETIRED | CAPITAL GAINS | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | EMERGING MARKETS | FINANCIAL EDUCATION | LABOR FORCE | FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS | SOCIAL SECURITY | FOREIGN EXCHANGE RISK | DEFERRED ANNUITIES | HOUSEHOLD SAVINGS | FINANCES | PUBLIC PENSION | HEALTH SPENDING | PUBLIC SAVING | CALCULATIONS | REGRESSION ANALYSIS | PUBLIC DEBT | LONG-TERM CARE | UNEMPLOYMENT | CURRENT PRICES | BORROWING | JOB TRAINING | LOWER INTEREST RATES | DIVERSIFICATION | FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT | SOVEREIGN DEBT | CAPITAL MARKETS | FINANCIAL POLICY | EXPORT MARKETS | ACCESS TO CREDIT | PRODUCTIVITY | INDIVIDUAL PENSION ACCOUNTS | LOW INTEREST RATES
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Built Environment Project and Asset Management, ISSN 2044-124X, 11/2012, Volume 2, Issue 2, pp. 182 - 194
Purpose - The purpose of this study is to examine the adequacy of incrementally constructed government assisted self-help housing in addressing the needs of... 
Assisted self-help housing | Urban residents | Adequate housing | Incremental construction strategy | Housing | Nigeria | Ogun State | Low income groups | Construction | Households | Infrastructure | Housing needs | Self help | State government | Quality of life | Governments | Adequacy | Housing estates | Developing countries | Strategy
Journal Article
2007, ISBN 0821365479, xvii, 414
Great progress has been made in recent years in securing better access and financial protection against the cost of illness through collective financing of... 
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Book
10/2007
Uruguay's Government is currently analyzing several reform strategies for the social sectors. These include a health reform, the introduction of a new poverty... 
FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK | FINANCIAL ARRANGEMENTS | LABOR MARKETS | PENSION COVERAGE | POOR | SALARIES | OPPORTUNITY COSTS | RETIREMENT BENEFITS | OLDER INDIVIDUALS | BEHAVIORAL PATTERNS | DISABILITY BENEFITS | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | FISCAL EFFORT | HOME VISITS | LOW INCOME | CASH TRANSFERS | SOCIAL INSURANCE PROGRAMS | LEVEL OF POVERTY | EARNINGS | PROGRAM GOALS | POLICY DIALOGUE | REPLACEMENT RATE | CONTRIBUTION | SAFETY NET | WORKFARE PROGRAMS | RESPONSIBILITIES | HEALTH SERVICES | ADDITIONAL INCOME | HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS | SCHOOL ATTENDANCE | SOCIAL WORKERS | VULNERABILITY | DROPOUT | KIDS | SERVANTS | SOCIAL IMPACT | VALUABLE | INSURANCE COMPANY | SIMULATIONS | POVERTY ALLEVIATION | RETIREMENT AGE | SOCIAL POLICY | BENEFICIARY | WORKING ADULTS | TRAINING PROGRAMS | UNEMPLOYED WORKERS | PENSION SYSTEM | HEALTH INSURANCE | WORKING MOTHERS | CONTRIBUTIONS | SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION | WELFARE REFORM | COMMUNITY SERVICES | POVERTY LEVELS | PRIMARY EDUCATION | LATIN AMERICAN | CASH TRANSFER | LIVING STANDARDS | PENSION FUND | POLICY MAKING PROCESS | SALARY | MORAL HAZARD | FAMILY ALLOWANCES | SELF TARGETING | DISABILITY | FAMILY MEMBERS | PENSION REFORM | SOCIAL SUPPORT | ADULT POPULATION | SOCIAL SECTORS | CASH TRANSFER PROGRAMS | SOCIAL IMPACTS | VULNERABLE GROUPS | RETIREMENT | PENSION FUNDS | SICK LEAVE | FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY | SELF-SUFFICIENCY | SOCIAL EQUITY | AVERAGE BENEFIT | LABOR MARKET | WORKING AGE | WELFARE PROGRAMS | PRIMARY SCHOOL | BENEFICIARIES | DEVELOPMENT BANK | QUALITY OF EDUCATION | COMBAT POVERTY | INSURANCE SCHEME | FINANCIAL SITUATION | POOR HOUSEHOLDS | LABOR SUPPLY | SET OF GOALS | ILLNESS | SOCIAL INSURANCE | PUBLIC POLICIES | HOUSEHOLD SURVEY DATA | SECONDARY EDUCATION | INFORMATION SYSTEMS | SOCIAL SECURITY PROGRAMS | SUPPORT PROGRAMS | PENSIONS | CITIZEN | OCCUPATIONAL SCHEMES | DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE | PENSION SYSTEMS | PUBLIC EXPENDITURES | WORKING POPULATION | SOCIAL ASSISTANCE | ADDITIONAL FISCAL RESOURCES | SAVINGS | SOCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT | SECURITY POLICY | AVERAGE BENEFITS | INCOME INCREASES | POVERTY MEASURES | WAGE | SOCIAL SPENDING | POVERTY INCIDENCE RATE | CONTINGENCIES | PENSION | PRIMARY SCHOOLING | CITIZENS | INCOME SUPPORT | GDP | INCOME DISTRIBUTION | INCOME TRANSFERS | PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN | ADEQUATE INCOME | FISCAL SUSTAINABILITY | PENSION SCHEME | SECONDARY SCHOOL | POLITICAL ECONOMY | MOTHER | SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT | SOCIAL PROGRAMS | JOB SEARCH | FINANCIAL SECTOR | NUTRITION | POLICY GOALS | NATIONAL DIALOGUE | PUBLIC HEALTH | BASIC SOCIAL SERVICES | YOUNGER WORKERS | SCHOOL ENROLMENT | UNEMPLOYED | DEPENDENT CHILDREN | INCOME LEVEL | CURRENT INCOME | COMMERCIAL BANK | INCOME | PUBLIC WORKS | OCCUPATIONAL PENSION SCHEMES | ELDERLY | MATERNITY BENEFITS | CURRENT PROGRAMS | SOCIAL COSTS | SCHOOL CHILDREN | PROBABILITY | SOCIAL INCLUSION | FAMILY SUPPORT | PER CAPITA INCOME | POLICY DISCUSSIONS | PENSION BENEFITS | CURRENT EXPENDITURE | SOCIAL SERVICES | INCOME REPLACEMENT | SAFETY NETS | TRANSFER PROGRAMS | SAFETY | HEALTH PROBLEMS | SOCIAL EXCLUSION | CENTRAL AMERICAN | EXTENDED FAMILY | CONTRIBUTION REQUIREMENTS | MATERNITY LEAVE | OCCUPATIONAL PENSION | SOCIAL POLICIES | INTERVENTIONS | PENSION SCHEMES | POVERTY HEADCOUNT | YOUNG CHILDREN | CROWDING OUT | SOCIAL EXPENDITURES | SINGLE WOMEN | POPULATION GROUPS | GINI COEFFICIENT | INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS | INSURANCE SCHEMES | FINANCIAL PROBLEMS | MOTIVATION | MINIMUM WAGES | POVERTY INCIDENCE | RETIRED | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | SOCIAL SAFETY NETS | MARKET TRENDS | SOCIAL PROTECTION | HEALTH REFORM | LABOR FORCE | SOCIAL SECURITY | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | INEQUITIES | TEENAGERS | DISADVANTAGED GROUPS | OLD AGE | HUMAN CAPITAL | NEEDY FAMILIES | LACK OF INTEREST | NUMBER OF CHILDREN | CALCULATIONS | UNEMPLOYMENT | GOVERNMENT AGENCIES | LABOR DEMAND | TARGETING | POLICY MAKERS | MARKET INCENTIVES | PRODUCTIVITY | WELFARE STATE | TRANSFER BENEFITS
Book
2010, ISBN 9780821375075, xxxiv, 491
Financial protection against the cost of illness and inclusion of vulnerable groups – will require better mobilization and use of private means. Private... 
Private Sector | Health insurance | Models, Econometric | economics | World Health | Economic aspects | Health Expenditures | Economics | Developing countries | Care Access | social capital | health service providers | informal sector workers | Medical Insurance | public sector | capital requirements | medical technology | Health Plans | Health Insurance Coverage | community rating | private spending | International Finance | Surgery | medical system | savings | access to health care | health systems | applicable law | disasters | collection of contributions | Solvency | Health System | Health Spending | Hospitals | financing health care | programs | formal labor market | inflation | Insurance Expenditures | Risk Management | Financial Protection | Middle East | Social Insurance | health insurance schemes | health insurance markets | Community Health | Low-Income Countries | social health insurance | Health Insurance Plans | workers | public health care | Health Insurance | chronic diseases | slums | premiums | Health Financing | liberalization | Reinsurance | Public Hospitals | Health Care Financing | social exclusion | Demand for Health | mortality | Healthcare | Health Economics | Health Plan | Health Expenditure | health insurance system | prepayment schemes | Health Insurance Industry | Pocket Payments | international organizations | Sub-Saharan Africa | FEASIBILITY STUDIES | Risk Sharing | delivery of health services | health sector | Financial Markets | Insurers | Group Insurance | Insurance Regulations | Private Insurance | social insurance systems | Pocket Payment | national health | Public Expenditure | public health insurance | Western Europe | nutrition | Health Care | health maintenance | private sector | financial consequences | income households | Moral Hazard | Private Health Insurance | national health service | Medical Association | adequate care | Insurance Arrangements | financial resources | health care insurance | Health Insurance Market | Drug Administration | North Africa | Financial Impact | health insurers | health services | walking | consumers | morbidity | public health | health care system | Health Plan Employer Data | cost-effectiveness | informal sector | market failures | Adverse Selection | rates | Solvency Requirements | families | insurance systems | Insurance Reserves | risk aversion | Insurance Markets | Health Insurance Regulation | Demand for Insurance | financial reporting | Private Insurance Markets | regulatory framework | Cost Sharing | public insurance | financial risk | private insurers
Book
Addiction, ISSN 0965-2140, 08/2019, Volume 114, Issue 8, pp. 1446 - 1459
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