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bullet 21st edition - Situation on 1 January 2013:
Comparative tables of social protection systems in 12 member states of the Council of Europe and 3 observer states.

The 2013 edition of the MISSCEO comparative tables of social protection systems summarises the situation of the social protection legislation on 1 January 2013 in 12 member states: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Montenegro, the Russian Federation, Serbia, “the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, Turkey and Ukraine, as well as three observer states: Australia, Canada and New Zealand.

  1. Financing
  2. Health care
  3. Sickness-Cash benefits
  4. Maternity
  5. Invalidity
  6. Old-age
  7. Survivors
  8. Employment injuries and occupational diseases
  9. Family benefits
  10. Unemployment
  11. Guaranteeing sufficient resources
  12. Long-term care

 

bullet 20th edition - Situation on 1 January 2012:
Comparative tables of social protection systems in 13 member states of the Council of Europe and 3 observer states.

The 2012 edition of the MISSCEO comparative tables of social protection systems summarises the situation of the social protection legislation on 1 January 2012 in 13 member states: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Montenegro, the Russian Federation, Serbia, “the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, Turkey and Ukraine, as well as three observer states: Australia, Canada and New Zealand.

  1. Financing
  2. Health care
  3. Sickness-Cash benefits
  4. Maternity
  5. Invalidity
  6. Old-age
  7. Survivors
  8. Employment injuries and occupational diseases
  9. Family benefits
  10. Unemployment
  11. Guaranteeing sufficient resources
  12. Long-term care

 

bullet 19th edition - Situation on 1 January 2011:
Comparative tables of social protection systems in 13 member states of the Council of Europe and 3 observer states.

The 2011 edition of the MISSCEO comparative tables of social protection systems summarises the situation of the social protection legislation on 1 January 2011 in 13 member states: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Montenegro, the Russian Federation, Serbia, “the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, Turkey and Ukraine, as well as three observer states: Australia, Canada and New Zealand.

  1. Financing
  2. Health care
  3. Sickness-Cash benefits
  4. Maternity
  5. Invalidity
  6. Old-age
  7. Survivors
  8. Employment injuries and occupational diseases
  9. Family benefits
  10. Unemployment
  11. Guaranteeing sufficient resources
  12. Long-term care

 

bullet 18th edition - Situation on 1 January 2010:
Comparative tables of social protection systems in 12 member states of the Council of Europe and 3 observer states.

The 2010 edition of the MISSCEO comparative tables of social protection systems summarises the situation of the social protection legislation on 1 January 2010 in 12 member states: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Moldova, the Russian Federation, Serbia, “the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, Turkey and Ukraine, as well as three observer states: Australia, Canada and New Zealand.

  1. Financing
  2. Health care
  3. Sickness-Cash benefits
  4. Maternity
  5. Invalidity
  6. Old-age
  7. Survivors
  8. Employment injuries and occupational diseases
  9. Family benefits
  10. Unemployment
  11. Guaranteeing sufficient resources
  12. Long-term care

 

 

bullet 17th edition - Situation on 1 January 2009:
Comparative tables of social protection systems in 12 member states of the Council of Europe and 3 observer states.

The 2009 edition of the MISSCEO comparative tables of social protection systems summarises the situation of the social protection legislation on 1 January 2009 in 12 member states: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Moldova, the Russian Federation, Serbia, “the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, Turkey and Ukraine, as well as three observer states: Australia, Canada and New Zealand.

  1. Financing
  2. Health care
  3. Sickness-Cash benefits
  4. Maternity
  5. Invalidity
  6. Old-age
  7. Survivors
  8. Employment injuries and occupational diseases
  9. Family benefits
  10. Unemployment
  11. Guaranteeing sufficient resources
  12. Long-term care

 

bullet 16th edition - Situation on 1 January 2008:
Comparative tables of social protection systems in 12 member states of the Council of Europe and 3 observer states.

The 2008 edition of the MISSCEO comparative tables of social protection systems summarises the situation of the social protection legislation on 1 January 2008 in 12 member states: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Moldova, the Russian Federation, Serbia, “the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, Turkey and Ukraine, as well as three observer states: Australia, Canada and New Zealand.

  1. Financing
  2. Health care
  3. Sickness-Cash benefits
  4. Maternity
  5. Invalidity
  6. Old-age
  7. Survivors
  8. Employment injuries and occupational diseases
  9. Family benefits
  10. Unemployment
  11. Guaranteeing sufficient resources
  12. Long-term care

bullet 15th edition - Situation on 1 January 2007:
Comparative tables of social protection systems in 12 member states of the Council of Europe and 3 observer states.

The 2007 edition of the MISSCEO comparative tables of social protection systems summarises the situation of the social protection legislation on 1 January 2007 in 12 member states: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Moldova, the Russian Federation, Serbia, “the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, Turkey and Ukraine, as well as three observer states: Australia, Canada and New Zealand.

  1. Financing
  2. Health care
  3. Sickness-Cash benefits
  4. Maternity
  5. Invalidity
  6. Old-age
  7. Survivors
  8. Employment injuries and occupational diseases
  9. Family benefits
  10. Unemployment
  11. Guaranteeing sufficient resources
  12. Long-term care


bullet 14th edition - Situation on 1 January 2006:
Comparative tables of social protection systems in 14 member states of the Council of Europe and 3 member states.

The 2006 edition of the MISSCEO comparative tables of social protection systems summarises the situation of the social protection legislation on 1 January 2006 in 14 member states: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, Moldova, Romania, the Russian Federation, Serbia and Montenegro, “the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, Turkey and Ukraine, as well as three observer states: Australia, Canada and New Zealand.
  1. Financing
  2. Health care
  3. Sickness-Cash benefits
  4. Maternity
  5. Invalidity
  6. Old-age
  7. Survivors
  8. Employment injuries and occupational diseases
  9. Family benefits
  10. Unemployment
  11. Guaranteeing sufficient resources
  12. Long-term care


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13th edition - Situation on 1 January 2005:
Comparative tables of social protection systems in 14 member states of the Council of Europe and 3 observer states.

The 2005 edition of the MISSCEO comparative tables of social protection systems summarises the situation of the social protection legislation on 1 January 2005 in 14 member states: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, Moldova, Romania, the Russian Federation, Serbia and Montenegro, “the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, Turkey and Ukraine, as well as three observer states: Australia, Canada and New Zealand.

 

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12th edition - Situation on 1 January 2004:
Comparative tables of social protection systems in 13 member states of the Council of Europe and 3 observer states.

The 2004 edition of the MISSCEO comparative tables of social protection systems summarises the situation of the social protection legislation on 1 January 2004 in 13 member states: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, Moldova, Romania, the Russian Federation, Serbia and Montenegro, “the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, Turkey and Ukraine, as well as three observer states: Australia, Canada and New Zealand.

 

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11th edition - Situation on 1 January 2002:
Comparative tables of social protection systems in 21 member states of the Council of Europe and 3 observer states.

The 11th edition of the MISSCEO comparative tables of social protection systems summarises the situation of the social protection legislation in 21 member states: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Moldova, Poland, Romania, the Russian Federation, the Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine, as well as three observer states: Australia, Canada and New Zealand, on the 1st of January 2002.

 

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10th edition - Situation on 1 July 2000:
Comparative tables of social protection systems in 18 member states of the Council of Europe and 2 observer states.

The 10th edition of the MISSCEO comparative tables of social protection systems summarises the situation of the social protection legislation in 18 member states: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania, the Russian Federation, the Slovak Republic, Slovenia and Switzerland, as well as two observer states: Australia and Canada, on the 1st of July 2000.


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MISSCEO Correspondent Manual

This manual has been developed in order to co-ordinate the contents of the MISSCEO comparative tables. It is hoped that the national representatives from the member and observer states of the Council of Europe can take this book back to their home country and use it to train those who shall help them compile the comparative tables.

The basic aim of this manual is to facilitate that comparison by ensuring that the same type of information is provided for each section. It is very important that the same type of information is placed in the same field of the table. This is not just important for abstract comparability but also for fair representation. If different types of information are placed under the same field there is a danger that some states artificially appear better than others, this might be the case where one state mentions something that another state has taken for granted and thus not written down. This manual is therefore very important in order to provide a fair representation of each state’s social security legislation.

It is important to note that the manual will only specify the type of information required, as it respects the individuality of each system. The reflection of this individuality is crucial to the success of the tables, otherwise they may not be used for comparison.

As well as enhancing comparability this manual also contains references intended to improve the basic ‘understandability’ of the information provided. The tables should be composed in such a way the scheme in question is described briefly, clearly and above all accurately.

The manual deals with one comparative table at a time, briefly introducing the scope of that table before describing the type of information required by each field of that table.

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