Desafíos de Seguridad Social en Colombia después de 30 años de la Ley 100

Translated title of the contribution: Social Security Challenges in Colombia Thirty Years after Law 100

Donna Catalina Cabrera Serrano, Diego Alejandro Urrego Escobar, Adriana Camacho Ramirez (Editor), Edgar Alexander Marta Brijaldo, Martín Alejandro López Loaiza, Sergio Nicolás Guzmán Rico, Lored Camila Cáceres Mendoza, Germán Ponce Bravo, Andrés Felipe Álvarez Joya, Vladimir Garavito Cárdenas, Misael Triana Cardona

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From different approaches, in ten chapters, this book presents current research on the Colombian social security system while exposing situations of socioeconomic impact with a global reach, such as the case of the migrant population. The authors offer critical views and philosophical and pragmatic positions on Law 100 and the problems related to social security after its thirty years of validity. Each of the authors examines some of the most relevant issues, from comparative law, jurisprudence, the legal system in general, and statistics, to offer proposals that seek to improve the national doctrine on this subject.
Translated title of the contributionSocial Security Challenges in Colombia Thirty Years after Law 100
Original languageSpanish
Place of PublicationBogotá D.C.
PublisherUniversidad del Rosario
ISBN (Print)978-958-500-131-2
StatePublished - Apr 2023

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Law


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