The changing nature of work and inequality project at UNU-WIDER will present recent research in a session at the Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association (LACEA-LAMES) Annual Meeting Bogotá 2021.
About the session:
The Changing Nature of Work and Inequality
21 October 2021, 16:45 – 18:15 UTC+2
Chair: Carlos Gradín
The role of skills and tasks in Argentina (2003 – 2019) — Roxana Maurizio & Paula Monsalvo
The role of skills and tasks in changing employment trends and income inequality in Chile — Gabriela Zapata-Román
Inequality and the changing nature of work in Peru — Paola Ballon & Jorge Davalos
Global divergences in the de-routinization of jobs — Piotr Lewandowski, Albert Park, & Simone Schotte
About LACEA-LAMES 2021 (20-22 October):
Latin America is facing trying times. Economies across the region have witnessed an unprecedented increase in unemployment and the incidence of poverty, and gender disparities have widened. The design and implementation of social programs and policies to mitigate the impacts of the pandemic have been at the core of the public policy and academic debates in recent months. The 2021 LACEA-LAMES annual meeting is an ideal forum to reflect and discuss how our region can best navigate these difficult times without losing sight of other significant economic challenges as the pervasiveness of inequality, the effects climate change, and the future of work.