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Protection sociale et insertion professionnelle : une comparaison France - États-Unis

Abstract : The crisis of the employment and social welfare model in the 70s has led to a new definition of the social welfare which has gone from redistribution to reintegration on the labour market. Based on the principle of income provision, the social systems have turned to the objective of getting back to work the unemployed. Social welfare has then become more linked to the employment and the labour market.
But that evolution of the systems towards a more active social welfare has not followed the same way in France and in the US. Whereas the French “insertion” policies are based on the right of the beneficiaries of the social-security benefits to be helped by the public authorities, the American workfare policies make them guilty and impose an obligation to actively seek work and/or get a job for receiving assistance.
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Julien Reysz. Protection sociale et insertion professionnelle : une comparaison France - États-Unis. Economies et finances. 2001. ⟨dumas-00492023⟩

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