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Toward a social policy for Argentina"s infrastructure sectors
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Argentina was a pioneer of infrastructure reform in the early s. The social dimension of infrastructure services was typically overlooked in the reform process. However, social sensitivities often resurfaced in the years that followed, leading to a series of ad hoc social policy measures that cumulatively amount to US$ million a year.
Get this from a library. Toward a social policy for Argentina's infrastructure sectors: evaluating the past and exploring the future. [Vivien Foster; World Bank. Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office. Finance, Private Sector, and Infrastructure Department.].
Foster quantifies and prioritizes the social challenges faced by the Argentine infrastructure sectors, evaluates how well existing social policies are functioning, and provides illustrative simulations of how certain changes in the design Toward a social policy for Argentinas infrastructure sectors book social policy could improve the performance of current social policies.
coverage, so that many jurisdictions lack any kind of social policy Toward a social policy for Argentinas infrastructure sectors book. Overall it is Toward a social policy for Argentinas infrastructure sectors book that Argentina currently spends around US$ million per year on social policies for the infrastructure sector, yet in spite of this lacks a coherent social policy framework.
Toward a social policy for Argentina's infrastructure sectors - evaluating the past and exploring the future (English) Abstract. Argentina was a pioneer of infrastructure reform in the early s.
The social dimension of infrastructure services was typically overlooked in the reform by: Toward a Social Policy for Argentina's Infrastructure Sectors: Evaluating the Past and Exploring the Future Article (PDF Available) January Author: Vivien Foster.
One of the largest economies in Latin America, Argentina is currently undergoing an economic transformation that promotes sustainable economic development with social inclusion and integration into the global economy.
Social insurance: Private-sector employees and beneficiaries of the work injury or unemployment programs with monthly income between and 5, pesos, depending on the region.
(Public-sector employees also receive family benefits paid directly by their employer.) Exclusions: Self-employed persons and household workers. Social-economic Development Strategy of Georgia 5 conditions to people, orientation towards quality and accessible education, health care and basic social welfare systems are the tools for implementing those principles.
The Government’s economic policy will achieve prosperity through reducing unemployment. AtFile Size: 1MB. In our report on the infrastructure sector in Argentina, five key infrastructure sectors have been identified - social infrastructure, transportation, extraction, utilities and manufacturing.
Each of these five sectors has been further segmented. For key deliverables of our report, refer to the table of contents. infrastructure services, however in the production of such services there exists a role for other than public sector entities also (Ostrom et al., ) Infrastructure is an umbrella term for many activities referred to as social overhead capital by development economists as Arthur Lewis, Rosenstein-Rodan, Ragner Nurkse and Albert Hirschman.
By the policy of privatisation, the government gives enough licence to the private sectors for developing consumer goods industries along with few heavy Toward a social policy for Argentinas infrastructure sectors book goods.
However, the core basic industries like defence, railway, power and. There are 16 critical infrastructure sectors whose assets, systems, and networks, whether physical or virtual, are considered so vital to the United States that their incapacitation or destruction would have a debilitating effect on security, national economic security, national public health or safety, or any combination thereof.
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Academic journals also have a disadvantage. decades of political instability and misguided economic policy, Argentina has fallen behind significantly.
This is most evident in Argentina’s infrastructure development, with Argentina ranking nd out of for quality of overall infrastructure in the World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report The Government of Argentina, currently building its first national infrastructure project pipeline, recognizes the need for increased effectiveness and better coordination across ministries and sectors (energy, transport, environment, etc.).
As most of the challenges affecting infrastructure File Size: 2MB. Better business models for infrastructure.
Existing approaches to delivering and maintaining infrastructure have been criticised for returning poor value to the taxpayer.
The current drive for efficiency and cost savings provides a further stimulus to review current infrastructure management and improve business models. Overview "e guide has been developed to assist development partners working with and for youth – including Governments, donor agencies, policy makers, NGOs and civil society  – and to increase understanding of the growing importance of, and greater potential for, youth participation in development.
market and social policies and thus highlight the potential role these policies have to play in making labour markets more inclusive and resilient.2 5. Long-term unemployment has risen and remains high in many countries (Figure 2).
This increase has been particularly marked in Spain (+ percentage points), but also in the United StatesFile Size: 1MB. private sector, and other social partners.
Government’s commitment to the compact should prioritize strengthening the capability of the public sector and state-owned entities as well as achieving the right balance between policy progress and certainty to ensure the economy is able to attract Size: 1MB.
Critical Infrastructures: Background, Policy, and Implementation Congressional Research Service 2 Federal Critical Infrastructure Protection Policy: In Brief As discussed further below, a number of federal executive documents and federal legislation lay out a basic policy and strategy for protecting the nation’s critical infrastructure.
Foreign direct investment (FDI) is an integral part of an open and effective international economic system and a major catalyst to development. Yet, the benefits of FDI do not accrue automatically and evenly across countries, sectors and local communities.
National policies and the international investmentFile Size: KB. The concept of social capital as the focus of social policy shifts the focus of responsibility from government to individual, from economy to society informing policies that highlight social behavior reducing costs to government providing in turn economic solutions to social problems.
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The regulatory environment is relaxing to encourage further foreign direct investment (FDI). Private sector participation is integral to these plans.
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The World Economic and Social Survey serves as a valuable resource as we look towards translating the outcome of Rio+20 into concrete Size: 2MB. On November 8,India’s government did something that no other government had attempted before at the same scale: It decided to remove 86% of the country’s currency notes by value from circulation.
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