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Una matriz de contabilidad social para el sector rural

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  • Gustavo Adolfo HERNÁNDEZ

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  • Juan Mauricio RAMIREZ

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  • Adrian ZUUR

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En este trabajo se construye una Matriz de Contabilidad Social, en la cual se hace énfasis en el sector rural. Esta sirve como insumo para el análisis de las estrategias recomendadas por la Misión para la Transformación del Campo. Esta base de datos busca capturar los principales rasgos y características del sector rural colombiano, para esto se considera: a) una sectorización de las actividades agropecuarias que permita identificar las actividades donde se concentra el sector empresarial y aquellas donde predominan la pequeña agricultura y la agricultura familiar; b) la consideración explícita de la formación de los ingresos laborales rurales a partir del trabajo familiar e independiente, y del trabajo asalariado, tanto en actividades agropecuarias como no agropecuarias; c) la diferenciación entre hogares rurales y hogares urbanos

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  • Gustavo Adolfo HERNÁNDEZ & Juan Mauricio RAMIREZ & Adrian ZUUR, 2016. "Una matriz de contabilidad social para el sector rural," Archivos de Economía 015131, Departamento Nacional de Planeación.
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