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Social reform and segmented incorporation in Latin America: Dead end or transit to social equality?

Social reform and segmented incorporation in Latin America: Dead end or transit to social equality?

ACADEMIC PANEL: Session co-organised by CROP at the XXXII International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA2014).

21-24 May 2014 | Chicago, USA

Presenters:

Brasil y México: regímenes duales en transición divergente
Carlos Barba Solano and Enrique Valencia Lomeli (both University of Guadalajara, Mexico)

Latin American trials in social protection: between revisited universalism and targeted public services
Fernando Filgueira (Social Affairs Division, CEPAL), Maria del Carmen Midaglia (University of the Republic, Uruguay) and Guillermo Fuentes(University of the Republic, Uruguay)

The missing link behind universalism: policy architectures, actors and ideas
Juliana Martínez Franzoni (University of Costa Rica) and Diego Sánchez-Ancochea (University of Oxford , UK)

Transition from the developmental to universal welfare state in Korea
Huck-Ju Kwon (Sung Kyun Kwan University, Korea)

The session is organized by member of CROP Scientific Committee Juliana Martínez Franzoni and Enrique Valencia Lomeli.
  
James McGuire, from Wesleyan University (USA), will act as session discussant.

Visit the LASA2014 conference webpage for more information about the event.

 

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