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Title Social insurance, informality, and labor markets : how to protect workers while creating good jobs / edited by Markus Frolich, David Kaplan, Carmen Pages, Jamele Rigolini, David Robalino.
Imprint Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2014.
Edition First edition.

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Subject Labor supply -- Effect of income maintenance programs on.
Development economics.
Labor policy.
Alt Name Frolich, Markus,
Kaplan, David,
Pages, Carmen,
Rigolini, Jamele,
Robalino, David A.,
Description 1 online resource
Edition First edition.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (Ebsco, viewed Dec. 10, 2014).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This volume reviews the evidence regarding the effects of social insurance and social assistance programmes on labour market outcomes and discusses options to improve their design and implementation. The book focuses particularly on middle income countries in Latin America and Asia with a large informal sector.
Contents ""Cover""; ""Social Insurance, Informality, and Labor Markets: How to Protect Workers While Creating Good Jobs""; ""Copyright""; ""Contents""; ""List of Figures""; ""List of Tables""; ""Preface*""; ""Assessing the Effects of Social Insurance on Labor Markets""; ""Setting the Mandate of the Insurance Programs and Designing Redistributive Arrangements""; ""Financing a Universal Social Insurance System""; ""Conclusions""; ""Have more Flexibility When Setting the Mandate, or Bundle of Benefits, of Social Insurance Programs""; ""Reduce Tax-wedges""
""1: Social Insurance, Informality, and Labor Markets: How to Protect Workers While Creating Good Jobs""""1.1. Introduction""; ""1.2. Conceptualizing the Links Between Social Insurance and the Labor Market""; ""1.3. Assessing the Effects of Social Insurance on Labor Markets""; ""1.4. Setting the Mandate of the Insurance Programs""; ""1.4.1. Defining the Mandate of the Social Insurance System""; ""1.4.2. Designing Redistributive Arrangements""; ""1.5. Financing a Universal Social Insurance System""; ""1.6. Concluding Remarks""; ""Notes""; ""References""
""Part I: Assessing the Effects of Social Insurance on Labor Markets""""2: The Evolution of Social Security Systems in Latin America*""; ""2.1. Introduction""; ""2.2. The Bismarckian Vision of Social Security""; ""2.3. When Did Latin America Adopt the Bismarckian Model?""; ""2.4. A Comparison Between Social Security Policy and Education Policy""; ""2.5. The Beveridge Model of Social Security""; ""2.6. Why Did Latin America Adopt the Bismarckian Model?""; ""2.7. The Expected Expansion of Coverage Never Materialized""; ""2.8. Why Has Informality Been So Persistent?""
""2.9. The Movement Towards Parallel Non-Contributory Programs""""2.10. The Result of a Long Historical Process is a Poorly Designed Patchwork System of Social Security""; ""2.11. An Alternative Social Security Model Can Be Implemented""; ""2.12. Conclusions""; ""Notes""; ""References""; ""3: Labor Informality and the Incentive Effects of Social Protection Systems: Evidence from a Health Reform in Uruguay*""; ""3.1. Introduction""; ""3.2. The Social Protection System in Uruguay""; ""3.3. The Health Reform and its Labor Market Incentive Effects""; ""3.3.1. The 2008 Health Reform""
""3.3.2. Health Insurance Expansion and Incentives for Formal-Sector Employment""""3.4. Data and Identification Strategy""; ""3.4.1. Data""; ""3.4.2. Identification Strategy""; ""3.5. Empirical Results: Incentive Effects and the Health Reform in Uruguay""; ""3.5.1. Effects at the Individual Level""; ""3.5.2. The Impact of Health Reform on Intra-Household Labor Arrangements""; ""3.6. Conclusions and Policy Discussion""; ""Notes""; ""References""; ""4: Effects of Non-Contributory Systems on Informality: Taking Stock of Eight Years of Implementation of Mexicoa?s Seguro Popular*""
ISBN 9780191508363 (electronic bk.)
0191508365 (electronic bk.)
9780191765414 (ebook)
0191765414 (ebook)
9780199685233
0199685231
OCLC # 894509636
Additional Format Print version 9780199685233


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