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These programs play a supplementary and complementary role to the other general developmental programs in the sectors of health, education, rural development etc. The most effective measures include transfer payments – especially when conditioned on finding a new job –, public health care, social wages (medicare, childcare, maternity allowance etc), but not for example public employment. Europe, then, by the early twentieth century, had created a variety of nationally administered and financed welfare schemes to cover unemployment, illness, disability, and old age.

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