Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Martin Bulmer and Donald P. Warwick.|
|Series||Social development in the Third World|
|Contributions||Bulmer, Martin., Warwick, Donald P.|
|LC Classifications||H62 .S6738 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 383 p. :|
|Number of Pages||383|
|LC Control Number||83006970|
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The term ‘social security’ has a very different meaning in underdeveloped countries and is best understood as poverty alleviation. This book attempts to define social security in the Third World and to examine what sorts of programmes are most suitable for developing countries. It reviews current literature on the subject. Some chapters explore broad themes; others describe social . Corporate Social Responsibility in Developing Countries. Chapter by Wayne Visser. Extract from The Oxford Handbook of Corporate Social Responsibility The challenge for corporate social responsibility (CSR) in developing countries is framed by a vision that was distilled in into the Millennium Development Goals—‘a world with less poverty, hunger . The term "social security" has a very different meaning in underdeveloped countries -- whose populations live in great insecurity -- and is best understood as poverty alleviation. This book attempts to define social security in the Third World and to examine what sort of programs are most suitable for developing countries. The authors review current literature on the subject. . The goal of this chapter is to introduce some of the major issues related to the use of survey data in social science research in developing countries. I will not address all aspects of survey research; nor will my treatment of the issues selected be comprehensive.