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Bulgarian Welfare System (1989 – 2014) During the Transition and the Crisis

Nenovsky, Nikolay and MIlev, Jeko (2014): Bulgarian Welfare System (1989 – 2014) During the Transition and the Crisis. Forthcoming in: in book: "Welfare Regimes of Europe in the 21st Century: Varieties of Activation Reform and the Japanese Case/Japan

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Bulgarian welfare system was significantly changed in the late 1990’s and in early 2000’s following the whole economic and political changes since the collapse of communist system. On the next lines an attempt to summarize the most important changes in the Bulgarian economy in the early 2000’s is made. The accent is put on the welfare system and social inclusion. The reforms in the pension system and in the system concerning the employment policy in Bulgaria are at the center of the research since these two spheres appeared to be the most sensitive to the changes that took place at that time.

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