May 2020
Author(s): Heshusius, Karen
Through strategic social investments, mining companies have the potential to promote long- term partnerships that enable local communities to benefit directly and indirectly from the mine operations…
May 2020
Author(s): Heshusius, Karen
Mediante inversiones sociales estratégicas, las empresas mineras tienen la posibilidad de promover asociaciones a largo plazo que permitan a las comunidades locales beneficiarse directa e…
Aug 2018
Author(s): Muñoz, Ercio;Rucci, Graciana;Saltiel, Fernando;Urzúa, Sergio
Inequality in Latin America fell substantially in the early 2000s. In this paper, we take advantage of administrative matched employee-employed data in Brazil, Chile and Ecuador to examine whether…
May 2015
Author(s): Schclarek, Alfredo;Caggia, Mauricio
This paper compares the saving behavior of formal and informal workers and additionally provides a socioeconomic and financial characterization of informal workers in Chile. The paper uses the…
Apr 2015
Author(s): Banco Mundial;Organización para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Económico;Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo
La serie bienal de Panorama de las Pensiones de la OCDE comenzó en 2005 para los países de la OCDE y en 2011 se amplió para incluir a los otros países del G-20. Tras el lanzamiento de Panorama de las…
Apr 2015
Author(s): Banco Mundial;Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development;Banco Interamericano de Desenvolvimento
Atualmente, o maior desafio enfrentado pela política previdenciária da maioria dos países da América Latina e do Caribe (ALC) é a baixa cobertura dos planos de aposentadoria formais, tanto em termos…
Apr 2015
Author(s): Prada, María Fernanda;Rucci, Graciana;Urzúa, Sergio
This paper studies the effect of mandated employer-provided child care on the wages of women hired in large firms in Chile. We use a unique employer-employee database from the country's…
Feb 2015
Author(s): Brambilla, Irene;Tortarolo, Dario
The objective of this paper is to characterize the evolution of labor earnings in Latin America during the 2000s, a decade of markedly poverty reduction. Based on household surveys for six countries…
Nov 2014
Author(s): Piras, Claudia;Rucci, Graciana
En la primera sección se describe el estado de la igualdad de género en el mercado laboral de Chile, a partir del análisis de los indicadores más comúnmente utilizados en el sector. Con esto se ha…
Dec 2012
Author(s): Crespi, Gustavo;Tacsir, Ezequiel
This study examines the impact of process and product innovation on employment growth and composition in Argentina, Chile, Costa Rica, and Uruguay using micro data from innovation surveys. Based on…
Nov 2011
Author(s): Crespi, Gustavo;Tacsir, Ezequiel
This presentation provides the comparative results of a project carried out by the Inter-American Development Bank to understand the links between innovation and employment in Latin America and the…
Oct 2011
Author(s): Alvarez, Roberto;Benavente, José Miguel;Campusano, Rolando;Cuevas, Conrado
This paper compiles and analyzes several sources of information to shed light on the relationship between innovation and employment growth in the manufacturing industry in Chile in the last 15 years…
Mar 2011
Author(s): Carpio, Susana;Giuliodori, David;Rucci, Graciana;Stucchi, Rodolfo
This paper studies the probability of receiving employer-paid training and other training independent of who finances it for permanent and temporary workers in Chile. The authors use data from the…
Jan 2011
Author(s): Rucci, Graciana;Carpio, Susana
La presente nota es producto del taller internacional de debate y discusión "Formación Continua y capacitación laboral a lo largo de la vida: Avances, desafíos y oportunidades" realizado en…
May 2008
Author(s): Bravo, David;Sanhueza, Claudia;Urzúa, Sergio
The objective of this paper is to study the Chilean labor market and determine the presence or absence of gender discrimination. In order to transcend the limitations of earlier works, an…
May 2008
Author(s): Bravo, David;Sanhueza, Claudia;Urzúa, Sergio
This paper analyzes gender differences in the Chilean labor market, formally addressing the selection of individuals into schooling levels and its impact on gender gaps. The paper utilizes a new and…
May 2008
Author(s): Bravo, David;Sanhueza, Claudia;Urzúa, Sergio
This paper analyzes gender differences in three Chilean professional labor markets, business, law and medicine, utilizing a new and rich data set collected for this purpose. The results show that…
Mar 2008
Author(s): Mednik, Matias;Rodríguez, César;Ruprah, Inder J.
This paper tests the hysteresis hypothesis in unemployment for 13 Latin American countries covering the period 1980-2005. The tests exploit the time series and the cross sectional variation of the…
Dec 2006
Author(s): Acosta, Elaine;Perticara, Marcel C.;Ramos Zincke, Claudio
El presente informe presenta los resultados y conclusiones finales de una consultoría sobre empleo femenino cuyo objetivo principal fue identificar y analizar las causas de la baja tasa de…
Jun 2006
Author(s): Gasparini, Leonardo;Winkler, Hernán;Haimovich, Francisco;Busso, Matías
This document is aimed at discussing the concept of employability, characterizing the level, structure and trends of employment and unemployment in the Southern Cone, and suggesting policy directions…