Public Expenditure on Old-Age Income Support in India: Largesse for a Few, Illusory for Most

Published By: National Institute of Public Finance and Policy Ne | Published Date: February, 01 , 2019

Extant studies deciphering public expenditure on old-age income support in India carry limitations on (a) system expanse, (b) corresponding data collation, and therefore (c) depth of resource conscription. Benchmarking to the five-pillar architecture advanced by World Bank for old-age income support system, we trace (a) elderly covered, (b) public expenditure, (c) workers included, and (d) average benefits, for the year 2013-4 under each pillar in India.

Author(s): Mukesh Kumar Anand, Rahul Chakraborty | Posted on: Apr 02, 2019 | Views() | Download (8)


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