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Los circuitos económicos solidarios: espacio de relaciones y consensos

  • Luz Dolly Lopera García

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  • Sol Bibiana Mora Rendón

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    El objetivo del artículo es caracterizar los agrupamientos económicos solidarios que sehan venido articulando con la participación de diversas organizaciones de naturaleza civily pública, que han propiciado eficiencia económica y social a partir de la construcciónde relaciones sociales fundamentadas en la economía solidaria. Se utilizó una metodologíaque permitiera la complementariedad de los enfoques, dando mayor relevancia a laperspectiva cualitativa para interpretar la narrativa de los entrevistados. El resultado másimportante sugiere que las organizaciones que han conformado los circuitos económicossolidarios y se sostienen avanzan en capacidad de negociación para ser reconocidasdesde su naturaleza comunitaria y voluntad de resistencia a través de la búsqueda de lasobrevivencia y del fortalecimiento de los lazos sociales de solidaridad.

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    Article provided by UNIVERSIDAD DE MEDELLÍN in its journal REVISTA SEMESTRE ECONÓMICO.

    Volume (Year): (2010)
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    Handle: RePEc:col:000217:007378
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