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Modelos de desarrollo y convergencia interregional de la productividad industrial en Colombia

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  • JOrge Alonso Lotero Contreras
  • Sergio Restrepo
  • Liliana Yaned Franco Vásquez

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Este trabajo tiene como propósito principal analizar fenómenos de convergencia o divergencia de la productividad laboral de la industria manufacturera de los departamentos colombianos y su relación con los modelos de desarrollo y con algunos de los llamados "atributos geográficos". Poco ortodoxo en cuanto a sus objetivos, ya que tradicionalmente el análisis empírico de este tipo de fenómenos se ha limitado a observar el comportamiento interregional del ingreso per cápita, el trabajo explora tales relaciones utilizando técnicas sencillas de regresión y la ecuación general de convergencia.

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  • JOrge Alonso Lotero Contreras & Sergio Restrepo & Liliana Yaned Franco Vásquez, 2000. "Modelos de desarrollo y convergencia interregional de la productividad industrial en Colombia," Lecturas de Economía, Universidad de Antioquia, Departamento de Economía, issue 52, pages 51-85, Enero Jun.
  • Handle: RePEc:lde:journl:y:2000:i:52:p:51-85
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    1. Diego Ismael León Nieto & Héctor Fabio Ríos Hernández, 2013. "Convergencia regional en el índice de desarrollo humano en Colombia," REVISTA EQUIDAD Y DESARROLLO, UNIVERSIDAD DE LA SALLE, October.

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