La financiación de la asistencia médica y las pensiones en los países en desarrollo

Palabras clave

sistema de salud
seguridad social

Cómo citar

Sumaria, S. (2010). La financiación de la asistencia médica y las pensiones en los países en desarrollo. El Ágora USB, 10(2), 299–317.


El objetivo de esta investigación es la de llamar la atención sobre la influencia de las instituciones financieras privadas en la asistencia médica y el seguro social: (asistencia médica y pensiones) en los países en desarrollo, gracias a un rastreo comparativo en algunos países latinoamericanos que han desarrollado modelos similares de privatización en el sector de la protección.


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