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Crecimiento Económico Y Capital Humano: Una Aproximación A La Evidencia Empírica

  • Javier Martínez Morales

La tasa de crecimiento durante los siglos XIX y XX fue la más alta que en cualquier otro periodo de la historia. En los últimos 200 años, los estándares de vida de las personas nunca habían mejorado tanto o tan rápido. ¿Qué explica este rápido crecimiento? Para responder esta pregunta el trabajo se centra en explicar la importancia de la acumulación de capital humano en el crecimiento económico y evidenciar el modelo de Solow ampliado con lo que la teoría predice. Se toma una base de datos de 116 países en un periodo de 30 años (1970-2000), la base de datos se divide en 4 grupos de países: OCDE, Países no petroleros, Intermedios y ALAyA (América Latina, Asia y África). Este documento está basado principalmente en los estudios realizados por Mankiw et al. (1992)

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Volume (Year): (2008)
Issue (Month): 2008-09 (September)
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