5 edition of Social security in Latin America found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 43-47).
|Series||World Bank discussion papers,, 110|
|LC Classifications||HD7130.5 .M38 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||90024284|
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"This trailblazing compendium, a major reference work, is of great value to all those dealing with the problem of social security anywhere" (Latin America in Books, ).
"This book is a pioneer and important work, a fundamental study of social security systems in Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Peru and by: “This is an unusually comprehensive study of the historical evolution, the politics, and the comparative attainments of social security legislation in five Latin American countries: Chile, Uruguay, Peru, Argentina, and Mexico, from colonial and even pre-Columbian antecedents to the mid s.” “The approach is interdisciplinary, Format: Paperback.
Keeping the Promise of Social Security in Latin America (Latin American Development Forum) - Kindle edition by The World Bank. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use Social security in Latin America book like bookmarks, Social security in Latin America book taking and highlighting while reading Keeping the Promise of Social Security in Latin America (Latin American Development.
Social Security in Latin America: Pressure Groups, Stratification, and Inequality. A comprehensive and sophisticated study of the relationship between social security policy and inequality in Latin America. Social Security in Latin America and the Caribbean A Comparative Assessment This chapter concentrates on formal social security and its associated issues in Latin America and the Caribbean, and does not deal with programmes included under the broader definition of social security, such as famine prevention, agrarian reform, education, and employment promotion.
A comprehensive and sophisticated study of the relationship between social security policy and inequality in Latin America. Individual case studies of Chile, Uruguay, Peru, Argentina, and Mexico are presented, that provide a historical analysis of each country's social security policy, the pressure groups involved, the present structure of the systems, and a statistical.
Drawing on five decades of work on social security systems in Latin America, Carmelo Mesa-Lago bridges the gap between pensions and health care through a cross-cutting analysis of vexing policy issues. This book will become an invaluable asset for all those grappling with the complexities of social policies in Latin America"Cited by: Empirical analysis of two decades of pioneering pension and social security reform in Social security in Latin America book America and the Caribbean shows that much has been achieved, but that critical challenges remain.
In tackling this unfinished agenda, a great deal can be learned from the reform experience of countries in Social security in Latin America book region.
Written by a top scholar on social security in Latin America and the Caribbean, this book assesses the effects of the world economic crisis on social security and welfare in the : Carmelo Mesa-Lago.
This report, entitled, Keeping the Promise of Social Security in Latin America, takes stock of those reforms, evaluates their successes and failures, and considers the lessons that can be drawn for the future of pension policy in the region. Book Description.
This book provides a theoretical and empirical account of when and to what degree governments privatize national old-age pension systems. Using cross-national analysis and comparative analysis of pension reforms in Argentina, Social security in Latin America book, Mexico and Uruguay, Brooks argues that pension privatization emerges from political conflict, Cited by: ﬁrst social security book published thirty years ago: This book is devoted to the millionsof workers and peasants in Latin America who suffer from lack of coverage or poor protection against social risks.
It is intended as a modest contribution to the long quest for a universal,uniﬁed, standardized, and equitable social. Get this from a library. Social Social security in Latin America book systems in Latin America. [Francisco E B Oliveira;] -- "Comparative study of social security systems in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Venezuela.
Of primary interest for specialists in social security"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. This book, by the leading social policy analyst of Latin Social security in Latin America book, evaluates the effects of the global financial crisis on the region's social security.
Carmelo Mesa-Lago takes a comparative approach to the analysis of pensions, health care and social assistance in 25 Latin American and Caribbean countries. Book description. Throughout the twentieth century, much of the population in Latin America lacked access to social protection.
Since the s, however, social policy for millions of outsiders - rural, informal, and unemployed workers and dependents - Cited by: Get this from a library. Social security in Latin America: issues and options for the World Bank. [William Paul McGreevey] -- This study reviews the findings of a number of background papers on social security in Latin America, sector work, and a series of three meetings of experts that explored the major issues facing.
The specific objectives of this book are to analyze comparatively the role of pressure groups in the evolution of social security systems in selected Latin American countries, to compare patterns of inequality in the systems in regard to coverage of the population, manner of financing, and distribution of benefits by region and occupation, and to develop sets of indicators by Author: John J.
Bailey. Social security coverage in Latin America (English) Abstract. 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 their by: Public Security in the Negotiated State: Policing in Latin America and Beyond.
Policing and security governance in areas of limited statehood have become central issues in contemporary academic and political debates. This book offers an in-depth study on public security provision, the resulting state-society relations, and policing in Mexico City.
Empirical analysis of two decades of pioneering pension and social security reform in Latin America and the Caribbean shows that much has been achieved, but that critical challenges remain.
In tackling this unfinished agenda, a great deal can be learned from the reform experience of countries in the : World Bank. Social Security in Latin America - Keeping the Promise of Social Security in Latin America (Latin American Development Forum) by Indermit S. Gill; Truman G.
Packard; Juan scheme for poverty prevention-but they will welcome the book's critical. "Rethinking Latin America is a timely and critical study by one of the leading scholars worldwide on Latin American and international affairs.
Sweeping and ambitious, the work provides a fresh interpretation of five centuries of development and social change in Latin America and five decades of academic and political debate on the region in Brand: Palgrave Macmillan US. All of the other Latin America countries that have adopted social security reforms have retained their traditional social security system in some form.
Mixed Systems. Second, Argentina and Uruguay, the two countries with the oldest populations, have introduced a mixed system. This study reviews the findings of a number of background papers on social security in Latin America, sector work done by World Bank staff and other researchers, and a series of three meetings of experts in and that explored the major issues facing social security File Size: 5MB.
The book starts with a section tracking the expansion of social assistance and social insurance in Latin America through the state-led development era, the neoliberal era and the pink-tide. The second section explores the role played by local and external actors modelling social policy in.
Social Protection and the Market in Latin America: The Transformation of Social Security Institutions Sarah M. Brooks Social security institutions have been among the most stable post-war social programs around the world. In the United States, Social Security is the commonly used term for the federal Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI) program and is administered by the Social Security Administration.
The original Social Security Act was signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt inand the current version of the Act, as amended, encompasses several social welfare and social Missing: Latin America.
The reform of social security pensions and healthcare is a key issue for the modern world, and in many ways Latin America has acted as a social laboratory for the reform of these systems.
From the reforms that took place in Chile inmost pension and health care systems in the region have seen reform, and been fully or partially privatized.
Drawing on five decades of work on social security systems in Latin America, Carmelo Mesa-Lago bridges the gap between pensions and health care through a cross-cutting analysis of vexing policy issues.
This book will become an invaluable asset for all those grappling with the complexities of social policies in Latin America." First published inthis book analyses social welfare in Latin America, at that time.
For each country it considers the ideological framework underlying the social welfare system and describes the historical development of both the system and. First published inthis book analyses social welfare in Latin America, at that time.
For each country it considers the ideological framework underlying the social welfare system and describes the historical development of both the system and the political and socio-economic context. Each chapt. The book’s specific objectives are: (1) exploring the improvements and links between water and food security in LAC countries; (2) assessing the role of the socio-economic ‘megatrends’ in LAC, identifying feedback processes between the region’s observed pattern of changes regarding key biophysical, economic and social variables linked Cited by: 5.
This book brings together an interdisciplinary team of international experts to analyse social protection systems and welfare regimes across contemporary Latin America.
The book starts with a section tracking the expansion of social assistance and social insurance in Latin America through the state-led development era, the neoliberal era and.
In this book, an international group of distinguished scholars analyze how Latin Americans are struggling with the question of how they can provide for their security while they govern themselves.
They explain Latin Americans’ complex definitions of security and current threats to it. Various external forces – from Al Qaeda and the International Monetary Fund to certain Pages: “Ascent to Bankruptcy will become an essential source of information and an indispensable tool for future research on the topic.” —Latin American Research Review “The book makes a very important contribution to the understanding of social security systems in Latin : $ Book review of Carmelo Mesa-Lago, World Crisis Effects on Social Security in Latin America and the Caribbean: Lessons and Policies.
Institute Author: Vladimir Rys. Get this from a library. The financing of social security programs in Latin America and the impact on employment: the case of Argentina.
[Rubén M Lo Vuolo]. The privatization of social security has benefited international corporations that become partners with local business elites. Thus the World Health Organization, international financial institutions, and transnational corporations have converged in the neoliberal reforms of social security in Latin by: The Range of Reforms in Latin America The Chilean retirement pension scheme is used as a benchmark in this article and is described here in some detail, followed by brief descriptions of how other programs differ from the Chilean model.(1) While some countries have replaced their public social security system with a privatized one (Bolivia, El Salvador, and.
Nonresident Senior Fellow - Global Economy and Development, Brookings Economic and Social Policy in Latin America Initiative. Santiago Levy is a nonresident senior fellow with the Global Economy and Development Program at Brookings and president of the Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mesa-Lago, Carmelo, Social security and prospects for equity in Latin America.
Washington, D.C.: World Bank, ©Social Security in Latin America: Pension and Health Care Reforms in the Last Quarter Century Article (PDF Available) in Latin American Research Review 42(2) Author: Carmelo Mesa-Lago.As new democratic regimes take ebook in Latin America, two of the most striking developments ebook been a dramatic rise in crime rates and increased perception of insecurity among its citizens.
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