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Gasto Público y Movilidad y Equidad Social

  • Andrés Escobar

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  • Mauricio Olivera

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La medición del gasto público social tiene importantes inconvenientes en el caso colombiano, problema que se ve reforzado por el hecho de que la discusión política alrededor del tema es escasa y, por ende, poco exigente. No obstante lo anterior, con base en la información disponible, puede decirse que el impacto del gasto público social ha sido mixto. La focalización aún sufre problemas de inclusión y de exclusión, y sólo hasta ahora empieza a mostrar una relación más estrecha con el nivel de pobreza. En el contexto de la reforma constitucional a las regalías, debe hacerse un esfuerzo por sistematizar la recolección de información sobre gasto público social a nivel regional.Palabras Claves: Clasificación JEL:

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Paper provided by UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES-CEDE in its series DOCUMENTOS CEDE with number 010550.

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Date of creation: 04 Feb 2013
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