JEL Classifications: A1, A13
ABOUT WORKING OUT OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY INDICATORS IN GEORGIA Author: Elene Chikovani
| Published: 2020-12-28
| Pages: 86 - 93
For Citation: Chikovani E. (2020). About Working Out of The Social Security Indicators in Georgia. Globalization and Business, 10, 86-93. https://doi.org/10.35945/gb.2020.10.011
Article is devoted to the problems of the working out of the social security indicators in Georgia. It considers the essence of the social security and its importance for crisis and post crisis economies. It evaluates existing deficiencies in working out of the social security indicators in Georgia. It singles out the issues of the necessity and importance of consideration of the security as a compound part of the welfare in the crisis economy. Marking out, the circle of the security indicators related to the development of the basic needs, welfare foundations and capacities.
The necessity of the dissociate of the indicators on the national, family and individual (personal) levels is substantiated. Inevitability of the setting out of the new circle of the social equality indicators in Georgia is grounded. The existing situation in the informational provision of the main directions of the social security recommended by the conventions and guidelines of the international labor organization is characterized.
Special attention is paid to the existing backdowns in development of the food security information system in Georgia. The interrelation of the food security to the problems of the health, food insufficiency of the complex and sustainable development, as well as environmental issues is pointed out. The problems of the evaluation of the food security situation and elaboration of the relevant policy in Georgia are accentuated. The necessity of the further measures towards the improvement of the informational provision of the food security system is substantiated.
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