Análisis de la cobertura previsional del Sistema Integrado Previsional Argentino (SIPA): protección, inclusión e igualdad
[Pension coverage analysis of the Integrated Argentine Pension System (SIPA): protection, inclusion and equality]
The coverage rate of elderly people in Argentina has faced a declining tendency since the late ’90. With the aim to face this problem, in 2005 it was implemented the Plan de Inclusión Previsional which allowed elderly people to join a facility plan of payment to access to previsional benefit. In this context, the purpose of this paper is to evaluate the results of this plan on coverage extension and its effects on poverty and income distribution. Between the main results, it was found that the Plan allowed to include 2,3 millions of benefits, contributed to poverty reduction of elderly from 27,9% (2003) to 3,3% (2009) and it achieved a reduction in Gini pension distribution from 0,27 (2004) to 0,18 (2010).
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