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Towards Asia's Sustainable Development
The Role of Social Protection
OECD. Published by : OECD Publishing , Publication date:  27 Feb 2002
Pages: 436 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264196834 , OECD Code: 812002031P1
Price:   €72 | $100 | £64 | ¥9300 | MXN1290
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The Asian financial crisis and its social aftermath triggered a fundamental reappraisal of the role of social protection in Asia. Existing social protection programmes in many Asian countries were found to be insufficient and not well designed. It is now widely agreed that considerable effort is required to set up and further develop appropriate social protection mechanisms in the region. This book provides the proceedings of two meetings organised by the OECD to discuss the issue of developing social protection. It brings together perspectives of experts from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand, as well as contributions from Korea and Australia, plus the views of the Asian Development Bank, the International Labour Organisation and the World Bank. The book focuses on practical ways of developing programmes that can contribute positively to Asian social development. This book was edited by Peter Whiteford. This book is part of the OECD's on-going co-operation with non-Member economies around the world.


Table of contents:

Introduction by Peter Whiteford
PART I. BACKGROUND ISSUES 
-Globalisation and Inequality in Southeast Asia by Richard Kohl
-Accessing Essential Services: Reforming the Role of Government in Indonesia by Geoff Forrester
-Governance and Social Policy in Malaysia by Shafruddin Hashim
-Governance and Social Safety Nets in the Philippines by R. J. May
-Governance and Social Policy in Thailand by Mathana Phananiramai and Kevin Hewison
PART II. IMPLEMENTING SOCIAL SECURITY SAFETY NETS: RECENT ASIAN EXPERIENCES
-Indonesia's Experience with Social Safety Nets: Lessons Learned and Future Prospects by Sudarno Sumarto and Asep Suryahadi
-Comments by Bambang Widianto
-The Role of Social Safety Nets in Malaysia: Trends and Prospects by Norman mansor and Halimah Awang
-The Role of Social Safety Nets and Prospects in the Philippines by Celia M. Reyes
-Social Safety Nets: Programmes and Projects in Thailand by Amara Pongsapich
PART III. IMPROVING SOCIAL PROTECTION IN ASIA: STRATEGIES AND POLICIES
-Reforming Social Protection Systems in Asia and the Pacific: A Perspective from the ADB by Isabel Ortiz
-Social Safety Nets in Response to Crisis: Lessons and Guidelines from Asia and Latin America by John Blomquist, Juan Pablo Cordaba, Marijn Verhoeven, Patricia Moser, and Cesar Bouillon
-The Role of Multilateral Institutions: Comments on Two Previous Papers by Mukul Asher
-Managing Access Across Levels of Government - With Particular Reference to the Cases of PR China, Thailand, and Lao PDR by Ian Chambers and Anne Drouin
-The Emergence of the Partnership between Government and Civil Society Organisations to Combat Exclusions - The Challenge of the Policy for Social Integration through Work (SIW) in Korea by Dae-Myung No
-Promoting Public and Private Partnerships for Better Social Policy - An Australian Perspective by Kery Flanagan and Angela Braniff
PART IV. CONCLUSIONS - WAYS FORWARD 
-The Definition and Development of Social Safety Nets: What Forms of Social Protection by Peter Whiteford and Michael Forster
-Sustaining Social Protection in East Asia by Jorge Braga de macedo, Kiichiro Fukasaku, and Ulrich Hiemenz
LIST OF AUTHORS AND PARTICIPANTS 
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