Design and implementation of statistical systems for social security

Course-workshop
Design and implementation of statistical systems for social security

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Modality: On campus

Languaje: Spanish

Level: Specialized

Duration: 40 hours

GENERAL OBJECTIVE

Promote a culture of standardized statistical information on social security, both within institutions and also among the citizenry, which will assist them in drawing up reports for appropriate decision-making and using tools allow for a clear understanding of these issues in society.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • Recognise the importance of having a statistical system for decision-making.
  • Understand the principles and techniques for creating statistical indicators in decision-making.
  • Identify the basic indicators for social security systems and their importance in decision-making.
  • Identify best practices for carrying out reports (demographic, economic, actuarial) for decision-making.
  • Reconocerá las mejores prácticas para realizar reportes adecuados para la toma de decisiones.
  • Come to know the tools which will allow us to measure the performance of institutions and how to create strategies and set development objectives.

Background

The usefulness of statistical information lies in the fact that it can serve as a guide that orients institutional processes in a focused manner and supports the decision-making process, making it possible to adequately implement, provide and monitor public policies.

En materia de seguridad social se ha avanzado en esta dirección, buscando proveer información estadística relevante en aras de comprender mejor las necesidades de la población. No obstante, el impulso ha sido heterogéneo, y con resultados tan específicos, que resulta difícil realizar comparaciones, y en algunas ocasiones, no se cuenta con disponibilidad práctica de información sobre temas relevantes de la seguridad social.

In social security, great strides have been made in order to provide relevant statistical information and better understand the needs of the population. However we have had mixed results, in some cases, information is so specific that it is difficult to make comparisons and, and in other cases, there is no practical availability of information on relevant social security issues.

Having comprehensive and homogeneous statistical systems will help to illustrate the demands for precise information, in terms definition and specificity, as well as the responses that can be given to the different social problems related to social security. In right of this, it can be said that the creation of such a system offers a frame of reference for the interpretation analyses, defining and measuring these in accordance with standardised rules, which are comparable and which facilitate the oversight of good governance practices. Moreover, statistical systems will allow for suggestions as to the performance of public policy measures as it relates to social security and will offer timely information to insured persons.