Economic Methods of Public Administration of Social Protection of Persons with Persistent Health Disorders

The purpose of the article is to study the nature of various economic methods of public administration of social protection of persons with persistent health disorders. The study identified various economic methods of public administration in the researched area. These methods involve planning expenditures in state and local budgets focused on social protection for disabled individuals and financing for the same. The development, approval and implementation of social protection programs for disabled individuals and the elderly also fall under the purview of these methods. Additionally, financial aid is provided to support public movements in the field of social and legal protection for disabled individuals. Establishing minimum social standards, setting maximum prices for goods, works, and services, determining employment standards for disabled individuals, implementing measures to promote their employment, enforcing responsibility for non-compliance with legislation related to social protection of disabled persons, licensing specific types of economic activity, and implementing taxation regulations. Each of the economic methods is analysed in a distinct section of the article, with reference to the legislative norms that regulate their implementation, coupled with empirical evidence. The article's value lies in its intricate portrayal of the authors' perspective on the economic techniques employed, public administration methods for ensuring social protection of individuals with chronic health disorders, and their efficacy in safeguarding the rights of the socially vulnerable population.