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Efectos del programa social oportunidades en zonas urbanas


  • Armando Sánchez Vargas

    (Instituto de Investigaciones Econoómicas, UNAM)


Este trabajo tiene como objetivo examinar las tendencias de mediano plazo del comportamiento de los hogares beneficiarios del Programa Oportunidades en las zonas urbanas. Especícamente, se estudian las tendencias en los siguientes aspectos sociales: e l consumo alimentario y no alimentario, las condiciones de vivienda, la inversión en activos del hogar, el empleo infantil y juvenil y la toma de decisiones en los hogares desde un enfoque de género. Lo anterior se lleva a cabo mediante el análisis del panel de datos de Oportunidades, con base en el programa Stata, procurando explicar las tendencias observadas en dichos indicadores y sus posibles cambios en el tiempo. Se presenta un análisis econométrico de los impact os de mediano plazo del Programa sobre los indicadores de aspectos sociales destacados y, al mismo tiempo, se busca determinar la existencia de sinergias de Oportunidades con otros programas sociales. Cabe destacar que los métodos utilizados para la estimación de los impactos toman en cuenta la naturaleza no experimental de la información estadística disponible para el análisis.

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  • Armando Sánchez Vargas, 2011. "Efectos del programa social oportunidades en zonas urbanas," Mexican Stata Users' Group Meetings 2011 09, Stata Users Group.
  • Handle: RePEc:boc:msug11:09

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