Social Pulse in Latin America and the Caribbean 2017: Family Legacy, Breaking the Mold or Repeating Patterns?
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Social Pulse describes the trends in a comprehensive set of key social indicators throughout the lifecycle in Latin America and the Caribbean, and highlights the findings that merit attention from those responsible for public policies in the region. The report seeks to provide useful information to consolidate social gains and avoid setbacks in the coming years. In addition, the 2017 edition analyses the repetition of behaviors and outcomes between parents and children, including the intergenerational persistence of education and domestic violence, as well as the role of universities in income mobility.