Development of Social Security in the Czech Republic in the Context of Current International Treaties
Keywords:international agreements on social security, documents, papers, pension insurance, economic and social area of a state, benefits/allowances in the international insurance
AbstractThe aim of the paper is to evaluate the state-of-play of social security with a focus on pension insurance in the Czech Republic and this due to the potential use of international agreements with individual countries of the European region. The contracts are divided in terms of whether the state is a part of the European Union, or remains outside that integration. The use of international agreements in the field of social security currently appears to be important for a number of reasons such as tourism, openness of the labour market, economic dependence on international trade and various kinds of migration. The issue is covered by interdisciplinary studies, where the knowledge of the humanities and economic fields mingles. Overall, the work provides a comprehensive overview of international agreements in the territory of the Czech Republic, not only in the period of the capitalism, but also captures the recent history, the period from the 1960s up to now, when the Czech Republic used to be a part of the socialist bloc, At that time most important become agreements and contracts with the former USSR.
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Horváthová, Z., Josef Abrhám, & Iva Chvátalová. (2015). Development of Social Security in the Czech Republic in the Context of Current International Treaties. European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 1(3), 122–128. https://doi.org/10.26417/ejis.v1i3.p135-141
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