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Modelo de optimización dinámica para el Renacimiento

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  • Hofstetter Gascón, Marcel


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    Describe los hechos históricos del Renacimiento Europeo, y a partir de ellos, desarrolla un modelo de optimización dinámica. El modelo identifica los costos y los beneficios en el tiempo de una política de educación humanista sobre la cultura y la violencia. El análisis teórico concluye en una situación de divergencia, que se interpreta históricamente como una descompensación entre el dinamismo de la sociedad y el de las instituciones. Esto se fundamenta en que la sociedad modifica su organización social, su sistema productivo y sus creencias religiosas, mientras que las instituciones encabezadas por la Iglesia Católica y las Monarquías permanecen estáticas ante los cambios.

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    Volume (Year): (1996)
    Issue (Month): (March)

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    Handle: RePEc:col:000090:007724
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