CAMBIOS DE LA POBREZA EN EL PERÚ: 1991-1998. Un análisis a partir de los componentes del ingreso
AbstractThis paper is about the relationship among poverty, inequality and economic growth. It makes an analysis using income percapita from peruvian ENAHO databases through its components such as work, selfconsume, capital and transfers. This document stress the importance of work income in determining the levels of inequality and poverty as a mean to traduce the results of economic growth.
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Date of creation: 04 Sep 2003
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