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Minimum Income Protection in Italy and Spain

  • Marcello NatiliEmail author
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Part of the Work and Welfare in Europe book series (RECOWE)

Abstract

This chapter describes the evolution of the minimum income protection system in Italy and Spain from their origins until the present days, carefully retracing the main policy interventions as well as the preferences of the main social and political actors in this field. Particular attention will be given to the reconstruction of the policy trajectories of minimum income schemes in recent decades with initiatives both at the national and the sub-national levels that aimed to depart from the original model. The illustration of the evolution of last-resort safety nets also serves the purpose of investigating the main strengths and weaknesses of the minimum income protection system, highlighting institutional peculiarities and assessing the effectiveness of these systems in reducing severe and absolute poverty from a comparative perspective.

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