"Agro, Ingreso Seguro" en perspectiva: Un análisis de políticas públicas
["Agro, Ingreso Seguro" in a public policy analysis perspective]
AbstractThis paper aims to analyze, through the public policy approach, "Agro, Ingreso Seguro" -AIS-, key component of the Colombian agricultural policy of the late 2000s. Through this approach it is seen that AIS responded to real social problems and it was based on a set of guidelines used worldwide. Although the design and implementation of the program suffered from certain problems, the result indicators point it out as a relative success. AIS generated positive impacts on the competitiveness of the agricultural sector; no further progress in terms of employment and rural development were found.
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Date of creation: Jul 2012
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Agro Ingreso Seguro; políticas públicas; política agropecuaria; Colombia;
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