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Lawyer, Economist and Director

Program of Economy and Work

Attorney, Economist and Director

Program of Economy and Work

Attorney, Economist and Director of Chile's Program

Economy and Work

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Embassy Row - The Washington Times: Embassy Row - June 06, 2005

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-Carmen Espinoza, a lawyer, economist and director of Chile's Program of Economy and Work, who discusses Chile's privatized social security program with invited guests of the Economic Policy Institute.


News Room | EPI Communications Department

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The Economic Policy Institute (EPI) and the Global Policy Network (GPN) invite you to a breakfast roundtable at the National Press Club - on Tuesday, June 7, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. - featuring new research from Carmen Espinoza, an attorney, economist and director of Chile's Program of Economy and Work (PET).


News release archive: Browse by date

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The Economic Policy Institute (EPI) and the Global Policy Network (GPN) invite you to a breakfast roundtable at the National Press Club — on Tuesday, June 7, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. — featuring new research from Carmen Espinoza, an attorney, economist and director of Chile's Program of Economy and Work (PET).


DPE: Professionals: Advocacy: Issues in 2005

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Their plight offers a lesson for the United States as President George W. Bush continues his push to privatize Social Security, said Carmen Espinoza, director of Chile's Program of Economy and Work.

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Chile's plan is plagued with high administrative costs, low returns on investments and low levels of coverage for retirees, Espinoza said at a Washington, D.C., roundtable discussion June 7.


Choike - Chile: workers speak out against free trade at Social Forum

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"An open economy like the one we have now means that Chilean companies have to face tremendous competition, and Chilean workers have paid a high price as a result," Carmen Espinoza, the director of the non-governmental Labour Economy Programme, told IPS.

The negative consequences of trade liberalisation in Chile include a steady decline in salaries, massive layoffs from the many companies that have shut down because they could not compete, and a major increase in the number of self-employed workers, she said.
"The living standards of Chilean families have taken a brutal hit.In 1973 we had the second-best distribution of wealth in Latin America, and now we have the second-worst, after Brazil," Espinoza noted.

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