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Incentivando la Cotizacion Voluntaria de los Trabajadores Independientes. Una Aproximacion a Partir del Caso de Chile

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El presente estudio tiene como objetivo plantear estadisticamente la probabilidad de que los trabajadores que no se encuentran cotizando a los sistemas de pensiones, tengan los incentivos para hacerlo. Para ello, se tomo a Chile como caso de estudio, contando primero con una revision de los esquemas de ahorros voluntarios y comparandolos con esquemas similares en la Region. Tomando en cuenta esto, se hace un analisis de las encuestas, particularmente la de Proteccion Social, a fin de observar la aproximacion a los sistemas por parte del grupo de trabajadores no cotizantes, considerando sus diferentes perfiles socioeconomicos y a partir de estos determinando bajo que condiciones podrian tener incentivos para ahorrar. Para esto, se establece un modelo probit de eleccion binaria, que nos permita obtener las probabilidades de ahorrar de las diferentes cohortes. Con los resultados, se puede concluir que los trabajadores tendrian mayores incentivos a ahorrar si ello les permitiera obtener acceder a educacion (en un sentido amplio), servicios de salud y vivienda. Por tanto, estos resultados deberian plantear como reto para los principales actores de la industria (Gobiernos y companías de pensiones) explorar el diseno de nuevos productos pensionarios asociados con los beneficios sobre los que los trabajadores tienen preferencia, y a partir de ello ampliar la cobertura de los sistemas de pensiones.

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  • Eduardo Fuentes, 2010. "Incentivando la Cotizacion Voluntaria de los Trabajadores Independientes. Una Aproximacion a Partir del Caso de Chile," Working Papers 1011, BBVA Bank, Economic Research Department.
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    1. Leonardo Villar & David Forero & Carmen Elisa Flórez & Nadia Puerta & Erika Enríquez & Natalia Valencia-López & Juan Pablo Alzate, 2015. "Ahorro e inversión para la vejez," INFORMES DE INVESTIGACIÓN 013897, FEDESARROLLO.

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