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“…Accordingly, welfare states able to offer good public educational, health or transportation services enormously contribute to reducing the impact of (existing) socio-economic inequalities on (existing) living conditions (Kreckel 2004;Therborn 2013). In contrast, states which concentrate their social policies on cash transfers to the poor make only a small contribution to the reduction of disparities in living conditions (Lavinas 2013).…”
Section: Inequalities Of What?mentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Accordingly, welfare states able to offer good public educational, health or transportation services enormously contribute to reducing the impact of (existing) socio-economic inequalities on (existing) living conditions (Kreckel 2004;Therborn 2013). In contrast, states which concentrate their social policies on cash transfers to the poor make only a small contribution to the reduction of disparities in living conditions (Lavinas 2013).…”
Section: Inequalities Of What?mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Accordingly, social policies based on cash transfers have a crucial impact on poverty reduction, but they are seen to be less effective for promoting redistribution (Gaulard 2011;Lavinas 2013;Lustig et al 2013). Analysts also question the sustainability of the decrease in inequalities in Brazil given the current adverse confluence of modest (or even negative) economic growth, "premature" deindustrialisation, a "reprimarisation" of exports, and falling commodity prices.…”
Section: Inequalities In Brazil: Recent Developmentsmentioning
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“…Para Lavinas (2007), as funções assistência social e previdência social são gastos sociais do governo federal e as funções: assistência social; saúde; educação; direitos da cidadania; urbanismo; habitação; saneamento e gestão ambiental como gastos sociais dos governos municipais.…”
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