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RED 2013: Emprendimientos en América Latina. Desde la subsistencia hacia la transformación productiva

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  • Sanguinetti, Pablo
  • Brassiolo, Pablo
  • Arreaza, Adriana
  • Berniell, Lucila
  • Álvarez, Fernando
  • Ortega, Daniel
  • Kamiya, Marco

Abstract

El emprendimiento facilita la creación de empresas que generen aumentos sostenidos del empleo y de la productividad, como un factor central en el desarrollo de América Latina. Existe un contraste importante entre América Latina y las naciones más desarrolladas. Mientras existe en la región un número muy significativo de empresas pequeñas y microemprendimientos informales, las empresas formales que se crean en países desarrollados tienen una débil dinámica de crecimiento.

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  • Sanguinetti, Pablo & Brassiolo, Pablo & Arreaza, Adriana & Berniell, Lucila & Álvarez, Fernando & Ortega, Daniel & Kamiya, Marco, . "RED 2013: Emprendimientos en América Latina. Desde la subsistencia hacia la transformación productiva," Report on Economic Development, CAF Development Bank Of Latinamerica, number 168, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:dbl:dblrep:168
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