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Seguros de desempleo: revisión de literatura y propuesta para Colombia

  • David Bardey

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  • Samir Kiuhan
  • Julio César Suárez

En este artículo se estudia la posibilidad de introducir seguros de desempleo en Colombia..En una primera parte, se propone una revisión de literatura de los seguros de desempleo en la cual se exponen las ventajas generadas por una cobertura contra este riesgo, así como sus inconvenientes. En una segunda parte, se estudian varios escenarios para introducir seguros de desempleo en Colombia. Después de haber presentado el contexto del mercado laboral y de las normas que lo vigilan, se proponen varios diseños que abordan la gestión y la administración del riesgo de desempleo en Colombia. Igualmente se presentan algunas consideraciones teóricas para la valoración del costo del aseguramiento, las cuales incorporan los efectos del riesgo moral sobre la duración y la incidencia del desempleo

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Date of creation: 09 Jul 2009
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