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Possibilidades e Limites para a Expansão da Proteção Social pela via Contributiva Clássica: Notas Sobre a Inclusão Previdenciária da População Ocupada

  • Leonardo José Rolim Guimarães

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    (Secretary of Social Security Policies)

  • Rogério Nagamine Costanzi

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    (Director of the Department of the General Social Security Regime)

  • Graziela Ansiliero

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    (Public Policy and Government Management Specialist)

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    O Brasil vem experimentando avanços importantes no sistema de proteção social nos últimos dez anos. Estes avanços decorrem de aprimoramento tanto por meio dos pilares contributivos, como a previdência social, e daqueles de caráter não contributivo, bem como na articulação das políticas de proteção contributivas e não contributivas. Especificamente no que diz respeito à previdência, observou-se um expressivo incremento no nível de proteção de sua população ocupada (Gráfico 1). Muito embora esses avanços não tenham sido homogêneos, pois parecem ter atingido em intensidade distinta os diferentes segmentos, pode-se dizer que a melhoria no acesso a direitos trabalhistas e previdenciários foi alcançada por praticamente todas as categorias de trabalhadores consideradas. Os ganhos mais expressivos nos indicadores de proteção resultaram da combinação de um processo generalizado de formalização com medidas de inclusão previdenciária voltadas para grupos com tradicionalmente elevados níveis de desproteção, em especial, os trabalhadores por conta própria, como, por exemplo, o plano simplificado e o Microempreendedor Individual (MEI).

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    Paper provided by International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth in its series One Pager Portuguese with number 237.

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    Date of creation: Dec 2013
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    Publication status: Published by UNDP - International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth , December 2013, pages 1-2
    Handle: RePEc:ipc:opport:237
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