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Breve Diagnostico De Las Condiciones Educativas Del Municipio De Santos Reyes Yucuná, Oax

  • Ricardo García Jiménez
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    Durante la última década, la polémica más fértil en la macroeconomía ha girado en torno a la existencia o no de convergencia entre diversas economías a partir de la evidencia empírica existente al respecto. A partir del modelo neoclásico de crecimiento, se han aportado evidencias que demuestran la existencia de convergencia absoluta para el caso de economías similares entre sí, como es el caso de regiones al interior de un país y de convergencia condicional para economías disímiles. Asimismo se ha generalizado en la literatura los términos de b-convergencia para referirse a un mayor crecimiento en el PIB per cápita de las economías pobres que en el de las economías ricas, y el término s-convergencia para señalar la disminución en el tiempo de la dispersión del ingreso per cápita entre ambas economías.

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    Volume (Year): (2008)
    Issue (Month): 96 (May)
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    Handle: RePEc:erv:observ:y:2008:i:96:4
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