Longitudinal Social Protection Survey (LSPS) is an instrument that seeks to diagnose the situation of social security and pension system with the aim of providing the government and the researchers interested in the matter, information for decision-making and impact assessment programs in the field of welfare and social security.
The LSPS provides accurate, reliable and separated information at the individual level, allowing the study and monitoring of the population over time statistical information.
Creating more and better data is the main objective of the LSPS, a project that drive six countries in the region, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, El Salvador, Paraguay and Uruguay, with support from the BID and the CISS.
The harmonized database can be downloaded from the Social Security Observatory of Latin America and the Caribbean (OSS) and the BID data portal. It may be useful for the study of social security, such as current and retrospective employment, job training, knowledge of the pension system, education or health security pension variables.
Under the XXVIII Ordinary General Assembly of the Inter-American Conference on Social Security, Lucia Madrigal consultant of the Unit Labor Markets and Social Security of the Inter-American Development Bank (BID) presented the progress of the Longitudinal Social Protection Survey (LSPS).
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