Conceptual framework of social policy development: initial period

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This article examines conceptual fundamentals of social policy, which have evolved as an independent field of research in a framework of economic, sociological thought and philosophical concepts development since nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Highlighting the importance of social policy economists of nineteenth and twentieth centuries developed the model of social market economy and welfare state. Within these models, social policy is considered to be one of the important part of government policy aimed at national development and providing social welfare.

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E A Shamanina

Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the MFA of Russia

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PhD Student, Lecturer of the Economic Policy and Private-Public Partnership Department, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University).

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