HORÁK, Pavel, Markéta HORÁKOVÁ and Tomáš SIROVÁTKA. Governance of social services in the Czech Republic in a comparative perspective: Crucial trends and changes in social services in the CR in comparison to DK, GER and the UK in the last decade. In Innovation and Employment in Social Services: new opportunities for growth? (Inovace a zaměstnanost v sociálních službách: nové příležitosti pro podporu ekonomického růstu?) NEUJOBS. Masarykova Universita. VÚPSV. 2013.
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Original name Governance of social services in the Czech Republic in a comparative perspective: Crucial trends and changes in social services in the CR in comparison to DK, GER and the UK in the last decade
Authors HORÁK, Pavel, Markéta HORÁKOVÁ and Tomáš SIROVÁTKA.
Edition Innovation and Employment in Social Services: new opportunities for growth? (Inovace a zaměstnanost v sociálních službách: nové příležitosti pro podporu ekonomického růstu?) NEUJOBS. Masarykova Universita. VÚPSV, 2013.
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Original language English
Type of outcome Presentations at conferences
Field of Study 50600 5.6 Political science
Country of publisher Czech Republic
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
Organization unit Faculty of Social Studies
Tags International impact, Reviewed
Changed by Changed by: PhDr. Pavel Horák, Ph.D., učo 22818. Changed: 1. 2. 2015 23:14.
Abstract
Due to the contemporary societal trends social services are becoming more important in welfare state architecture than in the past. In the proposed article we are dealing the question whether the development of selected Czech social services is following (dis)similar trends when compared to the other EU countries. Two areas of social services (childcare and elderly care) will be analysed with focus on the key aspects of governance in child care and elderly care: financing, regulation and service delivery, how they developed during past ten years in the Czech Republic, in comparison to other states that represent different welfare regime (liberal United Kingdom, conservative Germany and social-democratic Denmark).
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