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Latin America pp 378-424 | Cite as

Developmentalism and Social Change in Chile

  • María Angélica Illanes
  • Manuel Riesco
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Part of the Social Policy in a Development Context book series (SPDC)

Abstract

This chapter explores social policy in Chile, within the context of the UNRISD project ‘Social Policy in a Development Context’. The chapter tries to address the project’s general questions about the relation between social policy, economic development, and democracy, in the context of the historical evolution of social policies in Chile.

Keywords

Gross Domestic Product Social Policy Pension System Social Protection Gross Domestic Product Growth 
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  • María Angélica Illanes
  • Manuel Riesco

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