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¿Hacia dónde se dirigen los recursos de Inversión del Presupuesto General de la Nación

  • Ana María Iregui

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  • Ligia Melo B.

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  • Jorge Ramos F.

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En este documento se presenta una descripción de las características y los aspectos más importantes del componente de inversión del Presupuesto General de la Nación. Se analiza el destino y distribución de los recursos, las interrelaciones entre el marco normativo y el proceso de programación presupuestal y el vínculo entre la política y la asignación de los recursos públicos. En términos generales el componente de inversión del PGN corresponde a una recopilación de proyectos de diferente naturaleza, de los cuales un porcentaje relativamente pequeño se asigna a infraestructura y adquisición de equipo. Este hecho contrasta con la definición de inversión de las cuentas nacionales que corresponde a formación bruta de capital fijo.

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Date of creation: 20 Sep 2006
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Handle: RePEc:col:000094:003810
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