LAC Working Papers
All working papers should acknowledge the support of the National Institute on Aging: NIA, R37-AG025488 and NIA, R01-AG025247.
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2017 working papers
||B. Piedad Urdinola and Jorge A. Tovar,"Time Use and Gender in Colombia" UT 2017
||Pamela Jiménez-Fontana, 2017, "Challenges to increase female labor force participation: Gender inequality in Costa Rica" WP17-02
2016 working papers
||Cassio M. Turra, Bernardo L. Queiroz, and Andrew Mason, 2016 “New Estimates of Intergenerational Public Transfers for Brazil: 1996-2011” WP16-03
2009 working papers
||Bravo, Jorge, and Mauricio Holz. National Transfer Accounts: Concepts and some examples from Latin America and Asia. BM2009
2007 working papers
||Marisa Bucheli, Rodrigo Ceni, and Cecilia González. The Public Transfers Flows between generations: Uruguay (1994). BCG2007
||Jorge Bravo and Mauricio Holz. Inter-age transfers in Chile 1997: economic significance. BH07
2005 working papers
||Jorge Bravo. Intergenerational transfers and social protection in Latin America. United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Social and Economic Implications of Changing Population Age Structures, Mexico City, August 31 - September 2, 2005 B2005
|| Cassio Turra and Bernardo Queiroz. Before it's too late: Demographic Transition, Labor Supply and Social Security Problems in Brazil. United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Social and Economic Implications of Changing Population Age Structures, Mexico City, August 31 - September 2, 2005 TQ2005b
||Cassio Turra and Bernardo Queiroz. Intergenerational Transfers and Socioeconomic Inequality in Brazil: a first look. Taller sobre Transformaciones Demograficas, Transferencias Intergeneracionales y Proteccion Social en America Latina, Santiago, Chile, July 6-7, 2005. TQ2005b
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