The Introduction of Social Service e-Vouchers and Changes of Market Structure in the Mother-Infant Help Service Market
||Hyun Seung Cho, Dae Young Koh, Moon Soo Park
Recently, interest in social services has been rapidly increasing
in South Korea because of an aging population, nuclear families,
an increase in female participation in the workforce, and other
demographic and social structural changes. Demands for social
services have been rising rapidly as a result of these changes, and
government spending will likely increase to meet these demands.
It is therefore imperative to review government institutions to
ensure transparency and efficiency in social service investments
and spending and to establish improvement measures.