Senior Social Policy Specialist Nicholas Freeland writes about the myths of social protection.
Perpective #10 aims to dispel some of the more common myths about social security systems in developing countries. By clarifying two distinct ideologies, the neo-liberal ‘tea party’ approach and the universalist approach the paper takes each deadly sin and myth in turn.
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About the Author
Nicholas Freeland graduated from the esoterically-named ‘School of Arts and Humanities’ at Cambridge many years ago. This is the first time he has been able to combine the two disciplines in a single article.
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