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Beyond Contributory Pensions: Fourteen Experiences with Coverage Expansion in Latin America
Latin America's population is aging, and many among the growing elderly population are not protected by traditional pension schemes. In response, policy makers have been reevaluating their incomeExpand
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A Quarter Century of Pension Reform in Latin America and the Caribbean: Lessons Learned and Next Steps
This book focuses on experiences with and lessons learned from the sweeping reforms to the pension systems of Latin America and the Caribbean during the 1990s and early 2000s, which shifted theExpand
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Social security coverage in Latin America
For almost a decade, the debate on social security in the region has revolved around the diversification of risks, macroeconomic effects of the systems, and private sector participation in theirExpand
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La cobertura de los sistemas previsionales en América Latina: conceptos e indicadores
This paper presents an analysis of the system coverage of pension in Latin America in recent decades. It includes the results of the collection, review and processing of households surveys in 18Expand
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Las politicas de protección social y su impacto en la distribución del ingreso en Argentina
This work is based on observed tendencies in inequality in income distribution and poverty in Argentina and discusses its relationship with social protection policies. The document describes recentExpand
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How reduced demand for children and access to family planning accelerated the fertility decline in Colombia
By the early 1960s, Colombia was one of the fastest growing countries in the world. With a total fertility rate of seven children per woman and a rapidly declining mortality, its population wasExpand
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Diferenciales de mortalidad adulta en Argentina
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The pension system and the crisis in Argentina: learning the lessons
This paper contains six sections. After the introduction, Part II briefly describes the history of the pension system in Argentina, its reform in 1994, and its performance since then. Part IIIExpand
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Providing Social Security in a Context of Change: Experience and Challenges in Latin America
Over the past two decades Latin America has experienced major demographic, economic and social changes. The trend towards accelerated ageing of the population in most countries, together with theExpand
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Mas alla de las pensiones contributivas : catorce experiencias en America Latina
This study on Beyond the Contributory Pension, Fourteen Latin American experiences has fifteen chapters, which discuss and analyze the various policy initiatives aimed at expanding public coverageExpand
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