Welfare Pluralism?


Welfare pluralism is the view that the populations’ welfare needs are best met by a number of different kinds of providers. In addition to the state or public sector, welfare pluralism involves the informal, voluntary and private sectors. The informal sector is made up of family, friends and neighbours.
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The term welfare pluralism is usually used to describe a reduced role for the state intervention in welfare and greater emphasis on the voluntary action, informal and the marker. It is usually used together with the term mixed economy of welfare.
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