Economía digital

Observatorio de la economía digital y la seguridad social

La economía digital transformará en gran medida nuestra vida cotidiana, la manera en que trabajamos y nuestra forma de vida.

El Observatorio permitirá a los miembros de la AISS comprender mejor las oportunidades y desafíos que este representará para las administraciones de la seguridad social.

El Observatorio abordará esta transformación desde dos ángulos: los cambios en el entorno en el que se desenvuelven las instituciones de seguridad social y la manera en que las propias instituciones de seguridad social se verán afectadas y reaccionarán frente a estos desafíos.

La AISS ha reunido una gran cantidad de temas relacionados con la economía digital y sus repercusiones en la seguridad social.

Esta “mirada hacia el futuro” es apoyada por las Comisiones Técnicas de la AISS, las conclusiones de las conferencias y eventos de la Asociación, las encuestas a los miembros, las buenas prácticas, la revisión de la bibliografía, la investigación y los aportes de expertos externos.

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Diez desafíos mundiales para la seguridad social

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26 de marzo de 2020

Financial Times (25.03.2020) Disruptions caused by coronavirus have exposed the gaps in the welfare system

26 de marzo de 2020

Eurofound (19.03.2020) The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is starting to have a serious impact on the world economy. The consequences for platform workers are especially severe in light of forced work stoppages due to self-isolation and lack of sick pay in many cases. Recent media coverage shows that platform workers in the transport sector (ride hailing and food delivery) are most affected, while professional services performed online (such as remote consultations with health professionals) could help to reduce the pressure on health systems.

20 de febrero de 2020

EURACTIV.com (19.02.2020) Artificial Intelligence technologies carrying a high-risk of abuse that could potentially lead to an erosion of fundamental rights will be subjected to a series of new requirements, the European Commission announced on Wednesday (19 February).

14 de febrero de 2020

businessmirror.com.ph (13.02.2020) AS the country’s so-called gig economy industry continues to rise, lawmakers are pushing for measures to protect freelance workers by establishing a basic regulatory framework to enable them to anticipate challenges ahead.

3 de febrero de 2020

The Local (30.01.2020) Companies are increasingly outsourcing services, and as a result the number of self-employed workers in Germany has risen sharply. Many are learning that working one job is just not enough.

29 de octubre de 2019

Biometric Update (18.10.2019) The potential of biometric ID systems for abuse in some countries is a major threat to individuals, and current practices risk the world “stumbling zombie-like into a digital welfare dystopia,” according UN Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, Professor Philip Alston.

25 de octubre de 2019

World Economic Forum (23.09.2019) Debates about the gig economy tend to focus on transportation network companies (TNCs) and other locally provided services. Less discussed but of growing importance in the world of work are cross-border, web-based, digital labour platforms.

22 de octubre de 2019

The Guardian (14.10.2019) In an exclusive global series, the Guardian lays bare the tech revolution transforming the welfare system worldwide – while penalising the most vulnerable

10 de octubre de 2019

computerweekly.com (04.10.2019) Local authorities in Sweden are using process automation through software to help social workers make decisions on benefits for claimants.

9 de octubre de 2019

World Economic Forum (04.10.2019) More than half of the people on Earth still don’t have full coverage of essential health services and almost 100 million people fall into extreme poverty from paying for healthcare. In South-East Asia, while some positive progress has been made in achieving universal health coverage (UHC), it isn’t happening fast enough.

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