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2018 | 45 | 1(14) 100 Years Social Policy in Poland | 46-49
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SCENARIOS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF POLISH SOCIAL POLICY OVER THE NEXT DECADES

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The purpose of the paper is to present scenarios for the development of Polish social policy over the next decades. We are considering three such scenarios. The first one foresees the continuation of the concentration of social policy on its adaptation to current challenges specific to Poland. The second scenario assumes a gradual change of priorities for external challenges related to globalization processes, changes in the structure of developed countries’ economies, as well as technological progress and the construction of a knowledge-based economy. The final scenario is an attempt to answer the question of what the shape of the welfare state will be depending on different ways of responding to the challenges that will be ahead of it and on the goals that can be achieved at that time. The scenarios presented by us are not of a prognostic nature, they are rather subjective reflections on probable development trends in the area of social policy.
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45
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46-49
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  • University of Warsaw
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  • Poznań University of Economics and Business
References
  • Inglot T. (2010), Welfare States w Europie Środkowo–Wschodniej w latach 1919–2004 [Welfare states in Central and Eastern Europe from 1919 to 2004], Ellipsis and the TPW University of Pedagogy Publishing House, Warsaw.
  • Księżopolski M. (2011), “Dokąd zmierza polityka społeczna” [Where is social policy headed], Problemy Polityki Społecznej [Problems of Social Policy], issue 16.
  • Pierson P. (1994), Dismantling the Welfare State? Reagan, Thatcher and the Politics of Retrenchment, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
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