Gender inequality in the social security pension system in Mexico. Which factors have had an impact?

This study examines factors that converge in the gender inequality of the pension system that are part of the mandatory social security in Mexico. An analysis of women’s labor and demographic aspects is presented, as well as the prevalence of traditional gender roles that influence the accumulation...

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Autores principales: Atlatenco Ibarra, Quetzalli, de la Garza Carranza , María Teresa, Guzmán Soria, Eugenio
Formato: Artículo revista
Lenguaje:Español
Publicado: Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociales 2019
Acceso en línea:https://revistas.uncu.edu.ar/ojs3/index.php/millca-digital/article/view/2230
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author Atlatenco Ibarra, Quetzalli
de la Garza Carranza , María Teresa
Guzmán Soria, Eugenio
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Guzmán Soria, Eugenio
Gender inequality in the social security pension system in Mexico. Which factors have had an impact?
author_facet Atlatenco Ibarra, Quetzalli
de la Garza Carranza , María Teresa
Guzmán Soria, Eugenio
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title Gender inequality in the social security pension system in Mexico. Which factors have had an impact?
title_short Gender inequality in the social security pension system in Mexico. Which factors have had an impact?
title_full Gender inequality in the social security pension system in Mexico. Which factors have had an impact?
title_fullStr Gender inequality in the social security pension system in Mexico. Which factors have had an impact?
title_full_unstemmed Gender inequality in the social security pension system in Mexico. Which factors have had an impact?
title_sort gender inequality in the social security pension system in mexico. which factors have had an impact?
description This study examines factors that converge in the gender inequality of the pension system that are part of the mandatory social security in Mexico. An analysis of women’s labor and demographic aspects is presented, as well as the prevalence of traditional gender roles that influence the accumulation of capital necessary for the financing of social security pensions. It is concluded that, with the design of the current system, gender differences are not mitigated, therefore, most women will not be able to receive in their own right a sufficient pension.
publisher Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociales
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