Labor informality a fundamental challenge in Latin America: CAF Conference

Researchers and academics from Latin America and Europe participated in the III Conference organized by CAF and the University of Oxford, in the United Kingdom, in which they analyzed the causes and the social and political impact of labor informality in Latin America, as well as the challenges in reducing them.   (November 4, 2016). Academics and experts from Europe and Latin America debated labor informality, one of the main challenges to Latin America’s development, and highlighted the need for effective public policies to mitigate it during the III CAF-Oxford Conference, held today in the United Kingdom. The conference, called the “The Challenges of Informality in Latin America: political, economic, and social dimensions,” was opened by Enrique Garcia, Executive President […]

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