Mittwoch, 01.06.22 - München, Amerikahaus
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Pension Privatization in Latin America - Promises, reality and model for .. ?

Veranstaltungsnummer: 260643

A pension system is a significant part of social security and it guarantees the survival of a growing portion of the population that is no longer economically active. As in the case of health, education, and other basic services, there is an endless dispute about whether these services are public or commodities. Four decades of privatization of pension systems in Latin America also translate into four decades of an ongoing debate on whether the well-being of a better society can be promoted through the market, based on competition and profit concepts, or rather than through a social welfare state committed to the social security and justice objectives, implicitly involving the notion of solidarity to ensure the participation of all citizens in the development of political and social life.

Carmelo Mesa-Lago, currently for a research in Germany, will give insights into his research.

Prof. Dr. Carmelo Mesa-Lago, Professor Emeritus of Economics and Latin American Studies at the University of Pittsburgh

In Kooperation mit dem Amerikahaus


Mittwoch, 01.06.22
14:00-15:30 Uhr



Karolinenplatz 3
80333 München, Amerikahaus


Henrik Althöhn


Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Bayern

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