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Title: Public preferences and willingness to pay for social inclusion programmes: the Spanish case
Other Titles: Preferencias y disposición a pagar de la sociedad por programas de inclusión social: el caso español
Authors: González Hernández, Matías Manuel 
Lam González, Yen Elízabeth 
UNESCO Clasification: 531202 Servicios comunitarios, sociales e individuales
Keywords: Development
Social Economy
Social Exclusion, et al
Issue Date: 2021
Journal: Ciriec-Espana Revista De Economia Publica Social Y Cooperativa 
Abstract: This paper aims to assess public preferences and WTP for policies addressing social inclusion. As a result of surveying 1250 residents in the Canary Islands (Spain) it has been found that society is highly sensitive to price, since people always choose to pay the cheapest option in support of social inclusion. In addition, the interviewees show a greater preference for basic income as a form of policy with a WTP of about 60 euros, while the WTP for other programmes related to awareness are less than 39 euros/year. The study allows to formulate a package of recommendations to increase the effectiveness of current policies aiming to promote a more inclusive and resilient society.
ISSN: 0213-8093
DOI: 10.7203/CIRIEC-E.103.18283
Source: CIRIEC-Espana Revista de Economia Publica, Social y Cooperativa[ISSN 0213-8093], n. 103, p. 225-248, (Enero 2021)
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