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Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica , Rodríguez, Mariana, Bucheli, Marisa
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Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica , Colacce, Maira, Scalase, Federico
Notice: Undefined variable: anio in /home/web/iecon/html/sitio_presentacion/inc/autores/inc_automatico.php on line 81 Assumptions of the traditional income poverty measure have strong implications not confirmed by the evidence, but this measure is still widely used in gender poverty analysis. We explore the boundaries of the gender analysis of monetary poverty based on the currently available information (household surveys for 16 Latin American countries). Our results indicate that departing from the conventional methodology has more influence on women than men, worsening female indicators. Households emerge as crucial venues for income support for low income partnered women and for women with no access to any income, whose autonomy is seriously compromised due to this fact.
Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica , Moraes, María Inés, Marisa Bucheli, Tatiana Pérez
Notice: Undefined variable: anio in /home/web/iecon/html/sitio_presentacion/inc/autores/inc_automatico.php on line 81 We analyse gender gaps in published works on economics in Uruguay. First of all, we describe the evolution of the professional context and female participa-tion in the discipline. We then provide an empirical analysis of the research output based on two databases: one containing working papers and technical documents and the other including articles published in journals. The main results are: a) men produce more published articles than women but there is no gender gap in working papers; b) women and men are unevenly represented throughout different fields; c) collaboration with non-local authors is more likely among men than women; d) non-local co-authorship is strongly associated with the gender gap in journal arti-cles production.
Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica , Colacce, Maira
Notice: Undefined variable: anio in /home/web/iecon/html/sitio_presentacion/inc/autores/inc_automatico.php on line 81 ​This paper offers an updated picture of the nature of deprivation in old age in Latin America, as well as an analysis of its different dimensions. Based on harmonized cross-sectional social protection surveys for Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, El Salvador, and Uruguay we estimate and compare multidimensional poverty indices for older adults. We consider the following dimensions: housing, health, labor and social security, and education. Our results illustrate the disparities in multidimensional poverty of the older people across the region. We also provide original evidence about deprivations in health that go beyond health coverage and underline the importance of Social security at older ages. The general picture indicates that Housing is the dimension with lower deprivation rates, whereas Health presents the higher levels of deprivation. Chile and Uruguay stand out for their relatively good performance in Labor and Social Security.
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Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica , R.Burguer, J. Cockburn, C. Grewe, A. Kassouf, A. McKay, J.Zurbrigg
Fecha: 2021
​We present evidence of how researchers from developing countries are represented in three areas of research: conference presentations, articles in journals, and citations. We find that the bulk of research on development and development policies in the South is conducted by researchers from the North. Southern universities represents 9% of conference presenters, while 57% of conference presenters are from Northern universities. There has been no evidence of improvements over time. Fewer than one in six of the articles published in top 20 development journals from 1990 to 2019 were by Southern researchers, while close to three-quarters were by Northern researchers. The remaining 11% were collaborations by Southern and Northern researchers. Additionally, there are also fewer citations per article for Southern-authored articles than for Northern-authored articles.
Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica , Rossel, Cecilia
Año: 2021
Idioma: Inglés
Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica , Moraes, María Inés, Marisa Bucheli, Tatiana Pérez , Amarante Verónica
Año: 2021
Idioma: Inglés
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Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica , Colacce, Maira, Tenenbaum, Victoria
Fecha: 2019
Demographic and social changes have posed challenges to social protection systems in both developed and developing countries. In the former, population is gradually aging due to the ongoing demographic transition, characterized by fewer children being born and more adults surviving into old age. At the same time, the prevalence of significant gender gaps in the provision of care, with links to documented differences between men and women in the labor market, reinforce the need for innovation and new approaches to the provision of social protection...
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Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica , Tenenbaum, Victoria
Fecha: 2018
This article analyses the effects of the implementation of childcare pension credits for women in Uruguay, which were introduced as part of a social security reform in 2009. Using microdata from administrative records of the social security administration, we show that around 60% of retired women have used these credits between 2009 and 2015, computing on average 2.7 additional years of service. The use of childcare credits has been higher among more vulnerable female workers. Among women with lower pensions, childcare credits are used both to reach the required years for retirement and to improve the amount of pensions, whereas for women in the higher deciles the program mainly impacts on the amount of pensions. Using a difference in difference approach, we also show that the program has, to some extent, acted as a substitute for the mechanism of computing years of service through the declaration of witnesses, an extended practice in Uruguay to access pensions. Lastly, we show that, if these credits had not been incepted, female access to pensions would have been significantly lower, and gender gaps both in access to, and in the amount of, pensions would have been higher.
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Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica , Bucheli, Marisa
Fecha: 2008
Existen varios trabajos que analizan los problemas específi cos del actual diseño del programa de Uruguay y realizan una serie de recomendaciones. Sobre la base de estos antecedentes, en este artículo se sistematizan las debilidades del programa y se analizan las posibles modifi caciones que ayuden a corregirlas.
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Crecimiento económico, distribución del ingreso y conflicto social: el caso de América Latina
Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica , Amarante, Verónica
Fecha: 2008
Este trabajo pretende profundizar en la relación entre crecimiento económico y distribución del ingreso en América Latina, y analizar en qué medida el conflicto social juega un rol en dicha relación. Específicamente, el artículo procura contestar si existe un vínculo entre los altos niveles de desigualdad que experimentaron los países de la región en las últimas décadas y su mal desempeño económico. Por otro lado, se profundiza en el papel que han jugado el conflicto social y la inestabilidad política de la región en esta relación.
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Growth and inequality in Latin America
Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica , Amarante, Verónica
Fecha: 2008
The causes and consequences of high inequality in incomes, assets, and many aspects of well-being in Latin America have recently (re-)emerged as a central research and policy issue.
Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica , Amarante, Verónica
Año: 2008
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Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica
Fecha: 2003
This paper analyses wage differentials between public and private workers in Uruguay during the nineties. Different methodologies (regression analysis, decomposition of the wage gap, quantile regressions) show the existence of unequal wage patterns between private and public workers, and even within public and private labor markets.
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Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica
Fecha: 2003
Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica , Amarante, Verónica
Año: 2003
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Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica , Amarante, Verónica
Fecha: 2002
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Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica
Fecha: 2002
Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica , Amarante, Verónica
Año: 2002
Autor/es: Amarante, Verónica , Amarante, Verónica
Año: 2002
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La relación entre el ciclo económico y el ciclo financiero en Uruguay: 1870-2019
Presenta: Maximiliano Presa (Instituto de Economía, FCEyA). 
Trabajo en coautoría con Henry Willebald (Instituto de Economía, FCEA).
 
Trabajo: La relación entre el ciclo económico y el ciclo financiero en Uruguay: 1870-2019

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