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In quest for the model of civic social policy
 
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Akademia Ekonomiczna we Wrocławiu
Publication date: 2020-06-05
 
Problemy Polityki Społecznej 2006;9:33–40
 
ABSTRACT
The aim of the article is to present one of the possible models of social policy – civic social policy. The author argues that traditional models such as those proposed by EspingAndersen are based on the ideological criteria, which makes it difficult to accept one of them by all political parties. Therefore, the solution is to create model which concerns ways of accomplishment of social policy rather than ideology. Presenting the concept of civic social policy, the author argues that not only government, but also citizens and companies should be responsible for social and economic life. The subsidiarity should be the main rule organizing the social policy. The social capital can be used to accomplish some social tasks. When choosing the contractor of social tasks, price should not be the only criteria, but direct and indirect results rather.
 
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