-Para leer en español, haga clic aquí- One of the most pressing issues in Latin America today is the reform of labor markets. Nearly every government in the region has proclaimed its desire to get more people into work, in better jobs with better salaries, and ultimately with greater productivity and thus greater growth for the economy as a whole. Yet, levels of underemployment … [Lee más...] about Labor Market Reform: Continuity Despite Change
-Para leer esta entrada en español, haga clic aquí- Greater self-esteem and opportunities can reduce the risk of teenage pregnancy. That is a lesson of a job training program advanced by the Youth and Employment Program in the Dominican Republic. The country has the highest rate of teenage pregnancy in Latin America and the Caribbean, with 104 births per 1,000 people between … [Lee más...] about Can job training prevent teen pregnancy?
-Para leer esta entrada en español, haga clic aquí- What are the main challenges in Latin America and the Caribbean regarding social protection? How should the region prepare for population aging? Is there a risk that future pensions will not be paid? What public policies must be implemented to ensure the viability of social security systems that already exist? Finding answers … [Lee más...] about An award for your research on social protection