Educacion, Desarrollo y Emigracion en Africa. Nuevas politicas de cooperacion europea e internacional
AbstractSe presenta un analisis comparativo del crecimiento de la produccion en Africa y en otras areas del mundo durante el siglo veinte, destacando el deficit educativo como la causa principal del exceso de crecimiento demografico y de la pobreza de la mayoria de los paises africanos. Se presenta ademas un analisis comparativo entre las distintas areas africanas y se destaca la necesidad de intensificar la cooperacion europea e internacional en el ambito educativo y en el desarrollo industrial, como medidas necesarias para evitar la pobreza y la emigracion en las proximas decadas. We present a comparison of economic development in Africa and main world areas during the 20th century, emphasizing the educative deficit as the main cause of excessive fertility and poverty of the majority of African areas. The article also analyses the levels of production by sector in different areas within Africa and points out the necessity of improving European and international cooperation on education expenditure and industrial development, as these measures are needed to avoid poverty and emigration in the next decades.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Euro-American Association of Economic Development in its journal Estudios Economicos de Desarrollo Internacional.
Volume (Year): 1 (2001)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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