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Social Security in Latin America
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Carmelo Mesa-Lago is Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus of Economics and Latin American Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. He wrote, coordinated, and revised the translation of this book.

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Any social scientist who consciously sets out to explore, to understand, and to compare the social security systems of five Latin American nations deserves simultaneously to be encouraged and cautioned. . . . Yet Carmelo Mesa-Lago has not only undertaken the job; he has done so thoroughly, rigorously, and usefully. Nor is his study simply descriptive; on the contrary, it is a truly comparative exercise that presents enormous amounts of detail on each country and then compares them vis-a-vis degree, scope, and depth of coverage."" - American Political Science Review

""This is an unusually comprehensive study of the historical evolution, the politics, and the comparative attainments of social security legislation in five Latin American countries: Chile, Uruguay, Peru, Argentina, and Mexico, from colonial and even pre-Columbian antecedents to the mid 1970s."" - Journal of Economic Literature

""The approach is interdisciplinary, drawing on history, economics, political science, and law. The methodology is systematic comparison: diachronic, intranational, and cross-national. . . . Judged by criteria of topical importance and scholarly competence, [the book is] the most significant and innovative contribution on comparative policy in Latin America to appear in recent years."" - Hispanic American Historical Review

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