Social security administration: towards one of the reserves of sustainability

dc.contributor.authorGrishchenko, Natalia
dc.description.abstractIn this paper, we consider approaches, trends and expenditures in social security administration (SSA), mainly using the countries of the European Union. The potential of SSA in the current context are largely underestimated. We focus on the institutions and approaches in SSA, the comparative evaluation of expenditures and administrative costs of SSA in the EU countries, and related issues and challenges of SSA based on the comparison of different approaches. Drawing on this context, we define research questions as: What are the leading institutions and approaches in SSA? Whether and in what a reserve of SSA is present for social security sustainability? We use an analytic approach, data and assumptions about how SSA potential is influencing social security sustainability.en_EN
dc.identifier.citationGrishchenko N., Social security administration: towards one of the reserves of sustainability. W: Pensions today - economic, managerial, and social issues, Chybalski Filip (red.), Marcinkiewicz Edyta (red.), Wydawnictwo Politechniki Łódzkiej, Łódź 2021, s. 43-53, ISBN 978-83-66287-93-8, doi: 10.34658/9788366287938.5
dc.publisherLodz University of Technology Pressen_EN
dc.publisherWydawnictwo Politechniki Łódzkiejpl_PL
dc.relation.ispartofseriesLodz University of Technology Monographs, No. 2355en_EN
dc.relation.ispartofseriesMonografie PŁ;2355pl_PL
dc.rightsThe monograph chapter is published in open access model.en_EN
dc.subjectsocial security administration (SSA)en_EN
dc.subjectSSA in the EU countriesen_EN
dc.subjectsocial security expendituresen_EN
dc.subjectsocial insuranceen_EN
dc.subjectsocial security institutionsen_EN
dc.titleSocial security administration: towards one of the reserves of sustainabilityen_EN
dc.typeTUL monograph chapteren_EN
dc.typerozdział monografii PŁpl_PL


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