Social Security System in India: Policy Making Processes and the Policymakers . Mukul Asher Professor, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy National University of Singapore Presented at International Conference on Research, Public Policy and Asian Public Policy Schools
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Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
National University of Singapore
International Conference on Research, Public Policy and Asian Public Policy Schools
14-15 March 2005, Bandung
National Assistance Schemes
NGOs, Family, and Comm
State Assistance Schemes
Pension products of Life Insurance Companies
Small saving s schemes
GSIndia’s Social Security System: An Overview/1
DB Defined Benefit
DC Defined Contribution
EDLI Employees’ Deposit Linked Insurance Scheme
EPF Employees’ Provident Fund
EPS Employees’ Pension Scheme
GPF Government Provident Fund
GS Gratuity Scheme
NCPS New Civil service Pension Scheme
NGO Non-Government Organizations
I. How Was it Set?
II. Who were the Key Policy Makers?
III. How have Policy Processes evolved over time?