Romania: The Cost of Scarce Social Policies – Economic Failure

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This article questions the supposed efficiency and equity trade-off using concrete examples, data and arguments underpinning its theoretical foundation. The Romanian case is presented as an illustration of its failure, despite it still being very

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  Predrag Bejakovic, Marc Meinardus (Eds.) Equity vs. Efficiency Possibilities to Lessen the Trade-Off in Social, Employment and Education Policy in South-East Europe  Published by: Friedrich Ebert FoundationOffice BulgariaP.O. Box 95897, Knjaz Boris I Street1000 Sofia, Bulgaria Authors:  Predrag Bejakovic , Béla Galgóczi, Erisa Çela, Svetlana Ceniæ, Krastjo Petkov, Atanas Vladikov, Jeton Mehmeti, Neda Milevska Kostova, Biljana Kotevska, Cornel Ciurea, Jadranka Kaludjerovic, Gabriela Cretu, Dušan Pavloviæ, Mihail Arandarenko, David Parkes, Tine Stanovnic Responsible:  Marc Meinardus, FES Bulgaria Language Editing:  David Parkes Final Editing:  Antonia Doncheva Cover Design and Layout:  Vladimir Vatkov Printed by:  Grafimax 02 LTDThe views expressed in this publication are not necessarily those of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation or of the organization for which the authors work.All texts are available online at www.fes.bgPrinted in Sofia, Bulgaria, June 2011 ISBN:  978-954-92601-7-5  Equity vs. Efciency Possibilities to Lessen the Trade-Off in Social, Employment and Education Policy in South-East Europe  3 Equity vs. Efciency – Possibilities to Lessen the Trade-Off in Social, Employment and Education Policy in South-East Europe Table of Contents Predrag Bejakovic, Marc Meinardus Foreword  ............................................................................................................................5 1. Predrag Bejakovic   Conceptual framework  ............................................................................................9 2. Béla Galgóczi   Post-Crisis Lessons from a European Perspective  .................................................29 3. Perspectives from South-East Europe  ..................................................................373.1. Erisa Çela  Albania: Education, Employment and Social Policies - Lost in Translation ....................373.2. Svetlana Ceniæ   Bosnia and Herzegovina: Development vs. Progress ...................................................513.3. Krastjo Petkov, Atanas Vladikov   Bulgaria: Transition Revised – Social Fragmentation and Poverty Increase ....................713.4. Predrag Bejakovic   Croatia: A paradise lost ..............................................................................................873.5.  Jeton Mehmeti   Kosovo: New Country, Old Problems ..........................................................................973.6. Neda Milevska Kostova, Biljana Kotevska  Macedonia: Education vs. Unemployment –a Way out of Poverty? ...........................1073.7. Cornel Ciurea  Moldova: System Survival vs. Longterm Viability .......................................................1193.8.  Jadranka Kaludjerovic   Montenegro: From Equity towards Efciency  ...........................................................1373.9. Gabriela Cretu  Romania: The Cost of Scarce Social Policies – Economic Failure ................................1473.10. Dušan Pavloviæ, Mihail Arandarenko  Serbia: Equity and Efciency - Hand in Hand  ............................................................1633.11. Predrag Bejakovic   South-East Europe: United in Problems, Divided in Solutions ....................................177 4.   Comments  .............................................................................................................1914.1. David Parkes  A View through the Prism of Vocational Education and Training ..............................1914.2. Tine Stanovnic   A View from New Europe ........................................................................................203 About the Authors  .........................................................................................................209
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