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El Empleo En El Espacio Rural

  • Gretta Esther Muñiz García
  • Yimislay Milián Ayala
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    El macizo montañoso del Escambray, ubicado al centro sur de Cuba, está conformado por un grupo de asentamientos humanos con características diversas siendo la organización económica principal el cultivo del café. Se parte de un estudio de los asentamientos de montaña, no sustentado en lo más avanzado de la ciencia y la tecnología pero impactada por los procesos globales que agravian progresivamente las fuentes de empleo. Se orienta la importancia que revierte hoy la política de empleo en Cuba y las diferentes concepciones acerca del empleo con el objetivo de precisar un estudio que permita analizar el empleo en la esfera productiva, y los cambios sustanciales que inciden en el proceso como el incremento del precio del café, la desmotivación por el trabajo agrícola, el déficit de la fuerza de trabajo, así como la búsqueda de otras alternativas como fuentes de empleo desligadas del cultivo de la tierra.

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    Volume (Year): (2012)
    Issue (Month): 166 (April)
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    Handle: RePEc:erv:observ:y:2012:i:166:3
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