Social Panorama of Latin America

SOCIAL PANORAMA LAT AMER 2016

Social Panorama of Latin America 2016

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Social Panorama of Latin America
1 Dec 2017
The central theme of this edition of Social Panorama of Latin America is social inequality, seen as a fundamental challenge and obstacle to sustainable development. Some of the axes and aspects of social inequality are addressed, drawing attention to how they intersect with and reinforce one anot...
SOCIAL PANORAMA LAT AMER 2015

Social Panorama of Latin America 2015

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Social Panorama of Latin America
8 May 2017
The 2015 edition of Social Panorama of Latin America analyses poverty trends, as measured by ECLAC. It also examines changes in income distribution and in other aspects of inequality. With a view to contributing to the development of public policies to overcome poverty and socioeconomic inequalit...
SOCIAL PANORAMA LAT AMER 2014

Social Panorama of Latin America 2014

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Social Panorama of Latin America
4 Dec 2015
The 2014 edition of Social Panorama of Latin America presents ECLAC measurements for the analysis of income poverty, taking, as well, a multidimensional approach to poverty. Applying these two approaches to data for the countries of the region provides confirmation that despite the progress made ...
SOCIAL PANORAMA LAT AMER 2013

Social Panorama of Latin America 2013

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Social Panorama of Latin America
8 Jul 2014
The 2013 edition of this publication presents official measurements for the analysis of income poverty and seeks fresh approaches to poverty and well-being, placing special emphasis on multidimensional approaches. These approaches are exploratory and therefore not comprehensive. They have neverth...
SOCIAL PANORAMA LAT AMER 2012

Social Panorama of Latin America 2012

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Social Panorama of Latin America
29 Apr 2013
This annual report examines the dynamics of paid employment in care activities in Latin American countries, as well as household expenditure on such work, and proposes normative criteria for public policymaking in this sphere. It also covers 1) poverty trends and determining factors in Latin Amer...
SOCIAL PANORAMA LAT AMER 2011

Social Panorama of Latin America 2011

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Social Panorama of Latin America
28 Aug 2012
In 2010 the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) proposed a comprehensive development strategy entitled Time for equality: closing gaps, opening trails. This edition of Social Panorama takes a more in-depth look at the chain that produces and reproduces social gaps; it ...
SOCIAL PANORAMA LAT AMER 2010

Social Panorama of Latin America 2010

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Social Panorama of Latin America
28 Jul 2011
In 2010 the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) proposed a comprehensive development strategy entitled Time for equality: closing gaps, opening trails. This edition of Social Panorama looks at the links in the chain of inequalities identified in that strategy that conc...
SOCIAL PANORAMA LAT AMER 2009

Social Panorama of Latin America 2009 (Includes CD-ROM)

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Social Panorama of Latin America
20 Jan 2011
This 17th version of the report - one of ECLAC's most important flagship publications - provides estimates for 2009 on poverty and indigence in the region and analyses social spending and government social protection policies. The Social Panorama 2009 includes the following, among other issues: A...
SOCIAL PANORAMA LAT AMER 2008

Social Panorama of Latin America 2008 (Includes CD-ROM)

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Social Panorama of Latin America
25 Jan 2010
A constant in the Social Panorama of Latin America is the chapter on poverty dynamics in Latin America. The 2008 edition is no exception. Up-to-date estimates and analyses of the relevant figures, based on household surveys conducted in 18 countries, are provided for the year 2007. Three other ch...
SOCIAL PANORAMA LAT AMER 2007

Social Panorama of Latin America 2007 (Includes CD-ROM)

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Social Panorama of Latin America
17 Oct 2008
Latin America has extremely high levels of social and economic inequality as well as insufficient social expenditure despite registering the highest growth in per capita GDP since the 70’s. This work provides the latest estimates for the countries of Latin America regarding poverty, residential s...