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La dotación inicial de los recién nacidos en Argentina

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  • Guido Vignoli
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    En Argentina suelen alternarse con cierta periodicidad fuertes crisis económicas, altas tasas de inflación, momentos de cierta estabilidad, y luego una vuelta a tiempos de mayores desequilibrios. En ese contexto se gestan, nacen y tratan de desarrollarse aquellos que serán los protagonistas principales del futuro del país. Sin embargo, las situaciones de inestabilidad económica dejan sus marcas en las nuevas generaciones. Las dotaciones iniciales de los recién nacidos son las bases más elementales con las que un niño comienza su vida: tiempo de gestación y peso al nacer. Cuando se observa que cada vez son más los bebés que nacen prematuros y con bajo peso, el contexto económico comienza a tener un papel más relevante al respecto. Presentamos un primer análisis para entender el vínculo de factores económicos con la calidad inicial de los recién nacidos, tanto a nivel nacional como provincial.

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    Paper provided by Universidad del CEMA in its series CEMA Working Papers: Serie Documentos de Trabajo. with number 612.

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    Length: 28 pages
    Date of creation: Jul 2017
    Handle: RePEc:cem:doctra:612
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