Social Policies in the World Bank: Paradigms and Challenges

@inproceedings{Hall2007SocialPI,
  title={Social Policies in the World Bank: Paradigms and Challenges},
  author={Anthony Hall},
  year={2007}
}
Social policies in the World Bank have evolved into three conceptually and operationally separate agendas: social welfare, social protection and social development. Welfare services and basic human needs, as well as social protection in the form of safety nets and social safeguards, together form the mainstay of what is generally regarded within the organization as constituting social policy. Social development reflects a broader if more fragmented view of social policy. Bank specialists have… CONTINUE READING

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