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18 Marq. Benefits & Soc. Welfare L. Rev. 315 (2016-2017)
Setting the Bases of a Policy Framework to Cover Old-Age Risk

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                       Pablo  Arellano   Ortiz*

     This Essay  proposes a coherent vision about the protection of
old-age  pensions  and  establishes a public  policy strategy that
allows  the  protection  of  a country's  entire  population.           It
attempts  to connect the action of the State, through the notion of
the  welfare state, with  the protection  of pension  systems.   It
proposes  three levels of protection: (1) the welfare state, (2) state
regulation, and  (3) pension scheme  regulation. The  first Section
of this Essay reviews welfare states, explains their categories, and
discusses   their  protective   effects.    The   second   Section
examines   how  to structure the various  pension  schemes  into a
coherent   pension   system   under   a  single  protective  logic,
postulated after the Chilean Pension  Reform  of 2008. Finally, the
third  Section explains  how   pension  schemes   provide  pension
coverage  to a greater number  of people.

                              Key  words:
        Policy strategy - Old-Age Coverage  - Social Security -
               Multi-Pillar System  - Welfare State

    * Professor of Labor and Social Security Law, Pontifica Universidad Cat6lica de
Valparaiso, Chile. Ph.D in Law, Universitd Paris Ouest Nanterre La Defense, France;
Master 2 Recherche Droit Social et Droit de la Santd, Universitd de Paris X Nanterre,
France; Master 2 Recherche Droit Social de la Universit6 de Paris II Panth6on Assas,
France. Lawyer, Universidad de Concepci6n, Chile. He has worked as International
consultant in social security themes and also worked as Legal Officer in the Standard's
Department at the International Labor Organization. He has published several
papers in Spanish, French, and English about themes related to the right to social
security and about international labor standards, especially unemployment, pensions,
health, and migrant workers, concerning Chilean and international legislation. Email:


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