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Desempeño económico regional: un análisis dinámico para el caso chileno en el período 1960-2009

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  • Juan Gabriel Brida

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  • Silvia London

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  • Mara Rojas

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Entre 1985 y 1998 la tasa de crecimiento de Chile se encontró entre las cuatro primeras del mundo (Massad, 2002; Gallego & Loayza, 2002) siendo, sin embargo, sumamente heterogéneo el comportamiento a nivel territorial. El objetivo de este trabajo es analizar cuán disímiles han sido los desempeños económicos de las regiones chilenas en las últimas cinco décadas (1960- 2009) en relación con las políticas económicas implementadas. Una novedosa metodología de análisis de clusters, basada en el estudio de la dinámica de regímenes, es usada para el estudio de la convergencia y/o divergencia del comportamiento de las distintas regiones.

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