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Del desarrollo económico nacional al desarrollo local: aspectos teóricos

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sobre la base de una breve y selectiva revisión de la literaturaacerca del desarrollo económico local (DEL);, en el presente artículose analizan cuatro aspectos teóricos que distinguen a las teorías dedesarrollo económico "local" de las teorías "nacionales". Estos aspectosson: los factores de localización; los bienes y servicios públicos locales;la participación activa de distintos agentes privados, y el enfoquemultidisciplinario de las teorías de DEL. Este análisis podría utilizarsepara diseñar una disciplina académica de del habitualmente ausente enlos países en desarrollo y arrojar luces sobre los objetivos y el papel delos agentes en los procesos de descentralización y DEL que actualmentetienen lugar en estos países.

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  • Tello, Mario D., 2010. "Del desarrollo económico nacional al desarrollo local: aspectos teóricos," Revista CEPAL, Naciones Unidas Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL), December.
  • Handle: RePEc:ecr:col070:11416 Note: Incluye Bibliografía
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