La desigualdad del ingreso regional: propuesta de un modelo causal
AbstractFrom the theoretical discussion in uniformity and income distribution, the aim of the following remarks is to propose a causal model in order to its explanation. Economic growth process seeks for equity in income distribution. Notwithstanding turns out to be insufficient to reduce poverty, in a macroeconomic scale. It is due to the fact that in urban sphere, as well as in rural one, developing economies are characterized by poverty, having in mind their structural heterogeneity.
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Volume (Year): (2009)
Issue (Month): 9 (Spring)
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Inequality; regional income; causal modelling;
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