General Introduction §1. General background
 §2. Historical background
 §3. Sources of Social Security Law Part I. The Institutions Chapter 1. Public institutions Chapter 2. Position and competence of the public institutions §1. The INPS §2. The INAIL Chapter 3. Private institutions Part II. Contribution And Financing Chapter 1. Contributions regulation for employees and self-employed § 1. Field of application §2. Calculation of contributions I. Calculation base II. Contributions amount Chapter 2. Measures of protection for the insurance position of the worker §1. The principle of aggregation of income and unification §2. Voluntary continuation, redemptions, pension replenishment, and pension supplements §3. The principle of automatic payment of benefits and the limitation of contributions Chapter 3. Government funding § 1. Full payment out of general taxation §2. Notional contributions §3. Social security contribution reduction and relief from contributions Part III. Health Care Chapter 1. The National Health Service §1. The objectives of the National Health Service §2. Field of application §3. Care provided §4. Administrative structure §5. Financing §6. Supplementary health funds Chapter 2. Sickness Benefits for Common Diseases §1 Field of application I. The concept of disease II. The subjective scope of protection §2. Amount of benefits §3. Conditions Chapter 3. Compulsory Tuberculosis Insurance §1. Field of application §2. Amount of benefits §3. Conditions Part IV. Family Allowances Chapter 1. Social insurance and assistance for families Chapter 2. Leaves and time off from work to assist family members §1. Maternity and Paternity leave I. Maternity leave II. Paternity leave §2. Parental leave §3. Leave for illness of a child §4. Leave for relatives and spouse of seriously handicapped persons §5. Leave for special events and causes §6. Maternity benefit for atypical and discontinuous workers §7. Basic maternity allowance §8. Daily rest for mothers and fathers Chapter 3. Family income support §1. Field of application §2. Amount of the benefit §3. Family income supplement for low-earning families Chapter 4. Pensions and Industrial accidents benefits §1. The social insurance fund for unpaid care workers §2. Insurance against accidents at home Part V. Incapacity To Work Chapter 1. Field of application §1. The private employment §2. The public employment Chapter 2. Conditions §1. Working capacity §2. Insurance and contributions requirements Chapter 3. Benefits §1. Ordinary benefits for private employees §2. Benefits for public employees §3. Privileged benefits Part VI. Industrial Accidents And Occupational Diseases Chapter 1. Field of Application § 1. Social Protection for Industrial Accidents and Occupational Diseases § 2. The Material Scope of Application § 3. The Personal Scope of Application Chapter 2. Concept of Industrial Accident §1. The Violent Cause §2. The Employment Risk §3. The Personal Injury Chapter 3. Concept of Occupational Diseases Chapter 4. Medical care Chapter 5. Absolute and Specific Temporary Inability Chapter 6. Permanent Disability Chapter 7. The Mobility Allowance Chapter 8. Survivors’ Benefits Chapter 9. Prevention Chapter 10. Employer’s Civil Liability Chapter 11. The Financing of the Scheme Chapter 12. The Procedure Chapter13. Industrial Accidents and Occupational Diseases in the Invalidity Pensions Scheme Part VII. Unemployment Chapter 1. Unemployment benefit §1. Field of application §2. Amount of the benefit §3. Conditions §4. Financing §5. Unemployment benefit for the so-called ‘para-employees’ Chapter 2. Short-Time Earning Fund §1. Field of application §2. Amount of the benefit §3. Procedures and financing §4. Occupational short time earning funds Part VIII. Pensions Chapter 1. Pensions for wage-earners §1. Old-age pension I. Beneficiaries II. Conditions in the pay-based system III. Conditions in the contribution system IV. Pension calculation in the pay-based system V. Pension calculation in the contribution system §2. Survivors pension Chapter 2. Pensions for the self-employed §1. Pension provision for small businessmen and women §2. Pension provision for freelance professionals §3. Pension coverage of self-employed workers registered with the ‘Fourth Fund’ of the INPS Chapter 3. Supplementary Social Security §1. Field of application §2. Benefits §3. Financing Part IX. Social Assistance Chapter 1. The Social Assistance System §1. Beneficiaries §2. Social assistance benefits and services I. Benefits and services II. The organization Chapter 2. Minimum income I. Citizenship income II. The Last instance income Chapter 3. The Social Allowance §1. Field of application §2. Amount of the benefit Chapter 4. Social assistance for civil invalidity §1. Field of application §2. Conditions §3. Benefits Part X. Protection Of Rights And Claims And Adjudication Chapter 1. Protection of pension rights and contribution credits §1. The protection of pension rights I. The legal system of pension rights II. The retained payments (soluti retentio) III. Automatic re-valuation of pension credits IV. Measures to guarantee effectiveness of protection §2. Protection of Contribution Credits I. Additional obligations of the employer II. General lien on movable goods III. Prescription of contributory credit IV. Powers of the watchdog organizations of the pension bodies V. Sanctions laid down for non-payment of contributions VI. The unnecessary payment of contributions VII. Legal measures for facilitation in the collection of contributory credit VIII. Actions of substitution and recourse of the pension bodies Chapter 2. Claims and adjudication §1. The administrative process §2. The trial before an ordinary judge §3. The trial before the administrative judge

Social Security Law - Italy

Simonetta Renga
2020

Abstract

General Introduction §1. General background
 §2. Historical background
 §3. Sources of Social Security Law Part I. The Institutions Chapter 1. Public institutions Chapter 2. Position and competence of the public institutions §1. The INPS §2. The INAIL Chapter 3. Private institutions Part II. Contribution And Financing Chapter 1. Contributions regulation for employees and self-employed § 1. Field of application §2. Calculation of contributions I. Calculation base II. Contributions amount Chapter 2. Measures of protection for the insurance position of the worker §1. The principle of aggregation of income and unification §2. Voluntary continuation, redemptions, pension replenishment, and pension supplements §3. The principle of automatic payment of benefits and the limitation of contributions Chapter 3. Government funding § 1. Full payment out of general taxation §2. Notional contributions §3. Social security contribution reduction and relief from contributions Part III. Health Care Chapter 1. The National Health Service §1. The objectives of the National Health Service §2. Field of application §3. Care provided §4. Administrative structure §5. Financing §6. Supplementary health funds Chapter 2. Sickness Benefits for Common Diseases §1 Field of application I. The concept of disease II. The subjective scope of protection §2. Amount of benefits §3. Conditions Chapter 3. Compulsory Tuberculosis Insurance §1. Field of application §2. Amount of benefits §3. Conditions Part IV. Family Allowances Chapter 1. Social insurance and assistance for families Chapter 2. Leaves and time off from work to assist family members §1. Maternity and Paternity leave I. Maternity leave II. Paternity leave §2. Parental leave §3. Leave for illness of a child §4. Leave for relatives and spouse of seriously handicapped persons §5. Leave for special events and causes §6. Maternity benefit for atypical and discontinuous workers §7. Basic maternity allowance §8. Daily rest for mothers and fathers Chapter 3. Family income support §1. Field of application §2. Amount of the benefit §3. Family income supplement for low-earning families Chapter 4. Pensions and Industrial accidents benefits §1. The social insurance fund for unpaid care workers §2. Insurance against accidents at home Part V. Incapacity To Work Chapter 1. Field of application §1. The private employment §2. The public employment Chapter 2. Conditions §1. Working capacity §2. Insurance and contributions requirements Chapter 3. Benefits §1. Ordinary benefits for private employees §2. Benefits for public employees §3. Privileged benefits Part VI. Industrial Accidents And Occupational Diseases Chapter 1. Field of Application § 1. Social Protection for Industrial Accidents and Occupational Diseases § 2. The Material Scope of Application § 3. The Personal Scope of Application Chapter 2. Concept of Industrial Accident §1. The Violent Cause §2. The Employment Risk §3. The Personal Injury Chapter 3. Concept of Occupational Diseases Chapter 4. Medical care Chapter 5. Absolute and Specific Temporary Inability Chapter 6. Permanent Disability Chapter 7. The Mobility Allowance Chapter 8. Survivors’ Benefits Chapter 9. Prevention Chapter 10. Employer’s Civil Liability Chapter 11. The Financing of the Scheme Chapter 12. The Procedure Chapter13. Industrial Accidents and Occupational Diseases in the Invalidity Pensions Scheme Part VII. Unemployment Chapter 1. Unemployment benefit §1. Field of application §2. Amount of the benefit §3. Conditions §4. Financing §5. Unemployment benefit for the so-called ‘para-employees’ Chapter 2. Short-Time Earning Fund §1. Field of application §2. Amount of the benefit §3. Procedures and financing §4. Occupational short time earning funds Part VIII. Pensions Chapter 1. Pensions for wage-earners §1. Old-age pension I. Beneficiaries II. Conditions in the pay-based system III. Conditions in the contribution system IV. Pension calculation in the pay-based system V. Pension calculation in the contribution system §2. Survivors pension Chapter 2. Pensions for the self-employed §1. Pension provision for small businessmen and women §2. Pension provision for freelance professionals §3. Pension coverage of self-employed workers registered with the ‘Fourth Fund’ of the INPS Chapter 3. Supplementary Social Security §1. Field of application §2. Benefits §3. Financing Part IX. Social Assistance Chapter 1. The Social Assistance System §1. Beneficiaries §2. Social assistance benefits and services I. Benefits and services II. The organization Chapter 2. Minimum income I. Citizenship income II. The Last instance income Chapter 3. The Social Allowance §1. Field of application §2. Amount of the benefit Chapter 4. Social assistance for civil invalidity §1. Field of application §2. Conditions §3. Benefits Part X. Protection Of Rights And Claims And Adjudication Chapter 1. Protection of pension rights and contribution credits §1. The protection of pension rights I. The legal system of pension rights II. The retained payments (soluti retentio) III. Automatic re-valuation of pension credits IV. Measures to guarantee effectiveness of protection §2. Protection of Contribution Credits I. Additional obligations of the employer II. General lien on movable goods III. Prescription of contributory credit IV. Powers of the watchdog organizations of the pension bodies V. Sanctions laid down for non-payment of contributions VI. The unnecessary payment of contributions VII. Legal measures for facilitation in the collection of contributory credit VIII. Actions of substitution and recourse of the pension bodies Chapter 2. Claims and adjudication §1. The administrative process §2. The trial before an ordinary judge §3. The trial before the administrative judge
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