Hi, I'm a social policy student and interested in universal social protection - its challenges and successes - in developing world. Global social policy and protection is something that my home university is not really focusing on. This is the reason I am writing here. I would very much appreciate if there are any tips of recent authors, researchers or studies focusing on the development of universal pension systems in developing countries (= low income and lower middle income countries). I have already found several articles on the subject but most of them are at least 5-10 years old and mostly reports of e.g. World Bank and United Nations. I am mostly interested in the development of universal systems and how it was politically and financially possible in poor countries like Namibia and Bolivia and few other. My interest is to make a comparative study on these few low income countries which have managed to create this universal system and also possibly to make some implications on how this could be possible for other countries too (having in mind the fact that universal system is considered to be most effective in reduction of poverty and inequality). Any tips or ideas on this topic?