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La economia de hacienda como obstaculo al desarrollo regional

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Este artículo presenta la situación de un municipio de Santander que confirma que la gran propiedad es causa de mal desarrollo y pobreza. Se analiza la estructura de la tenencia de la tierra y el tipo de contratación de la mano de obra (aparcería). Se presenta el contrapunteo de un producto comercial (la panela) y de una producción de subsistencia. El hacendado, frecuentemente ausentista, tiende a delegar la administración en encargados no calificados, a minimizar sus costos monetarios y a trasladar el capital fuera de la región. Así la hacienda no adopta una vía empresarial de desarrollo, al tiempo que impide el florecimiento de una agricultura campesina. Abandono del campo y ganaderización son los resultados finales del retroceso agrícola.

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  • Raymond Pierre, 2000. "La economia de hacienda como obstaculo al desarrollo regional," Lecturas de Economía, Universidad de Antioquia, Departamento de Economía, issue 52, pages 33-49, Enero Jun.
  • Handle: RePEc:lde:journl:y:2000:i:52:p:33-49
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