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Diferencias regionales en la distribución del ingreso en Colombia

  • Leonardo Bonilla Mejía


En este trabajo se realiza una primera aproximación a las características regionales de ladistribución del ingreso y el gasto de los hogares y de los ocupados. Se plantean tresobjetivos. El primero de ellos es medir cuán importantes son las diferencias interregionalesen la desigualdad total de los hogares y los ocupados, además de evaluar cual es el aportede cada región a las diferencias intraregionales. El segundo objetivo consiste en verificar sila desigualdad de hogares y ocupados tiene algún patrón espacial. El último objetivo esevaluar si la desigualdad de las regiones tiene alguna relación con su nivel de ingreso. Loque se encuentra es que existen diferencias significativas entre regiones en cuanto adistribución del ingreso y que los departamentos y las ciudades más equitativas son los deingreso medio, mientras que los ricos forman casi siempre parte del grupo de los másdesiguales.

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