By The World Bank
Following the intense monetary situation in 2001 02, Argentina mobilized an remarkable attempt to supply source of revenue help to the phase of the inhabitants such a lot in desire. Now, as progress has lower back and social signs recovered to precrisis degrees, there's a gap to maneuver from emergency aid courses to a extra finished, long term, and sustainable approach for social defense. The problem is to layout and completely enforce a social defense procedure that has enough assurance and advantages and is built-in and fiscally and politically sustainable. The research contained during this booklet aimed to give a contribution to and tell the controversy concerning the way forward for source of revenue help regulations in Argentina, taking the perspectives, values, and personal tastes of the stakeholders and the inhabitants as beginning issues. The study integrated leading edge efforts to assemble and comprehend the panorama of principles relating to innovations for social security circulating in Argentina: first, an intensive set of consultations with coverage makers and practitioners in social coverage, mostly on the provincial point; and moment, a countrywide, consultant opinion survey at the perspectives and perceptions of the inhabitants relating to social coverage and source of revenue help courses particularly.
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Family allowances began to expand by that time, also linked to formal workers. These early pensions and family allowance funds were the roots of the state-run social security system. The unemployment insurance system was introduced as part of the contributory system in the early 1990s. On the social assistance side, a pension reform in 1967 introduced a noncontributory pension regime, which remained relatively small until recently. Since the mid-1990s, national noncontributory income transfer programs have been used for different labor and social development goals.
037), which was valid from 1967 until 1994. 865, passed in 2003, set a similar moratorium system for several taxes, including pension contributions, which expired in 2005. 994, also known as the law of early retirement (jubilación anticipada), was passed in December 2004 and represents the real Moratoria. 241 from 2004). Independent workers (everyone eligible, in practice) who were of pensionable age by November 30, 2004 (age 65 for men and age 60 for women), were eligible to buy up to 30 years of contributions (the whole vesting period).
Fourth, Plan Jefes was launched explicitly as a permanent right (of participants) rather than as a temporary program as Trabajar was. Finally, Jefes had no turnover of participants, since enrollment took place only at the beginning until the entrance to the program was virtually closed, while Trabajar beneficiaries could rotate when new projects were started. (c) The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank Argentina 19 Several evaluations highlight the positive impact of Jefes.