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Are governments catching up? Work-family policy and inequality in Latin America
The position of women in Latin America has dramatically changed over the past two decades as millions have entered the labour force, often better educated than their male counterparts; family composition has changed; and ...
Why and How to Build Universal Social Policy in the South
In Confronting Dystopia, a distinguished group of scholars analyze the implications of the ongoing technological revolution for jobs, working conditions, and income. Focusing on the economic and political implications of ...
A long decade of gendering social policy in Latin America: transformative steps and inequality traps
Did recent social policy expansion entail positive changes for women and for gender equality in Latin America? This chapter argues that, overall, this expansion brought good news for women’s visibility as subjects of policy ...
Are coalitions equally important for redistribution in Latin America? The intervening role of welfare regimes
The relationship between socioeconomic inequality and democratic politics has been one of the central questions in the social sciences from Aristotle on. Recent waves of democratization, combined with deepened global ...
Incorporation and Regionalism in Latin America
The events and processes that have taken place in the last decade in South America have given way to one of the most interesting regional phenomena under a global crisis and within a changing world order. From the traditional ...