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Mixed Economy of Welfare — In the Project of Neighborhood Renewal / כלכלה מעורבת של רווחה חברתית — יישום המושג בפרויקט התחדשות השכונות

יוסי כורזים and Josef Korazim
Social Security (Hebrew edition) / ביטחון סוציאלי
חוברת‎ 32 (תשרי תשמ"ט, אוקטובר 1988), pp. 33-40
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23271336
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Mixed Economy of Welfare — In the Project of Neighborhood Renewal / כלכלה מעורבת של רווחה חברתית — יישום המושג בפרויקט התחדשות השכונות
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Abstract

This article presents the project of neighbourhood renewal in Israel in the conceptual framework of a "mixed economy of welfare", while calling out to policy makers, social planners and other employees of social services to make use of this new concept while planning their intervention strategy. In this context, four main proposals were presented: 1. The determination of public procedures for a regular review of social needs on both macro and micro levels; 2. The integration of the planning principles of "the mixed economy", on the one hand, with the prevention of the public sector's shirking from its responsibility for providing basic social services, on the other hand, by means of defence and social deterrence methods; 3. The continued preference and strengthening of distress areas in Israel by a reexamination of public policy as regards these areas; 4. An intensive integration of the economic dimensions of social and physical planning by creating central planning systems which encourage local and regional decentralization.

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