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Impacto de la Ayuda Oficial al Desarrollo en Centroamerica

  • Valladares, Angelica Maria
  • Neira Gomez, Isabel

El presente trabajo pretende dar una vision de la situacion actual de la gestion de la Ayuda Oficial al desarrollo (AOD) y su impacto en la region de Centroamerica. Se analizan las similitudes y diferencias de los paises que la componen mediante la inclusion de indicadores que reflejan la situacion economica y social de la misma. El analisis se completa con una vision cuantitativa del papel de dicha ayuda en el desarrollo social centroamericano. The present work tries to give to a vision of the present situation of the management of the Official Aid to the development (ODA) and its impact in the region of Central America. The similarities and differences of the countries are analyzed that compose it by means of the inclusion of indicators that reflect the economic and social situation of the same one. The analysis is completed with a quantitative vision of the effect of this aid in the Central American social development

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Article provided by Euro-American Association of Economic Development in its journal Estudios Economicos de Desarrollo Internacional.

Volume (Year): 3 (2003)
Issue (Month): 1 ()

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