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Liberalisation, Competition and Public Utilities

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The trade unions already play a role in negotiating social benefits and services in the workplace. (c) Private social service practitioners (for example, social workers and psychologists) provide services for those people in need who are able to pay a fee for services. 31. Results indicate that most families do not return to welfare within a year. Students reported increased engagement in policy activities following the conclusion of the policy course.

Pages: 200

Publisher: John Wiley and Sons; Reissue edition (January 12, 1996)

ISBN: 0471957313

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