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Protecting all : Risk-sharing in the changing world of work

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Frame of Image  average), and is now diversifying further in MICs and HICs. The expected steady formalization of developing economies is (mostly) not happening. 3. Society thus can’t rely solely on stable employment and agency of the employer to provide the platform for protection for most developing countries, and increasingly even in developed countries 4. This implies a rebalancing of the design and financing of social protection systems, and over time a bigger, general revenues-financed role for the State, with a need for more diverse and fintech-enabled revenue mobilization 5. As a result, the previous clear divide between social insurance and social assistance is blurring and is likely to blur further. We need to think in terms of the social insurance function rather than social insurance schemes or mechanisms.
Work has always been diverse in the lower-income countries, and is diversifying in richer countries.
Source: Courtesy of D. Moretto, M. Weber and R. Aterido, “Jobs Diagnostics: Facts and Findings”, using I2D2
Global convergence is not in the direction expected…
Demographics are winning the race against pension coverage expansion in most developing countries
Changing nature of work: Drivers of disruption
Policy package of protection
Nature of shocks & losses, and extent of market failure determines how and how intensively government should respond
Common losses Most frequent Negligible external cost Some external social benefit Non-trivial losses Frequent Minimal external cost S


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Risk-sharing in the changing world of work

Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

U. Gentilini; M. Grosh; P. O’Keefe; T. Packard; R. Palacios; D. Robalino; I. Santos

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[Sejong] : KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2018-12
Event [WB-KDI School International conference] The Changing Nature of Work: Are We Ready?
Pages 19
Subject Country Africa(Africa)
Americas(Americas)
Asia & Pacific(Asia and Pacific)
Europe(Europe)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pptx
Subject Economy < Economic Conditions
Social Development < General
Social Development < Employment
Holding KDI School
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