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Evaluación de impacto: Programa Jóvenes Rurales Emprendedores del SENA

  • Carlos Castañeda

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  • José L. González

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  • Norberto Rojas

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En este trabajo se presentan la metodología y los resultados de la evaluación de impacto del programa Jóvenes Rurales Emprendedores del Sena (JRE). Una vez aplicada la metodología Propensity Score Matching (PSM), diferencias en diferencias y la combinación de ambas, se encontró que participar de cursos del programa de JRE tiene efectos positivos en el ingreso laboral por hora de los egresados. Adicionalmente, los graduados presentan una mayor probabilidad de conseguir empleo entre un 13 y 14% comparado con el grupo de control. Se evidenció una mayor percepción favorable sobre sus empleos. Por su parte, se encontraron impactos del programa en diferentes variables que tienen que ver con el fortalecimiento de la capacidad y espíritu emprendedor de los beneficiarios, tales como fortalecimiento de su capacidad de gestión, establecimiento de nuevos contactos con posibles clientes, proveedores y demás agentes relacionados con el negocio, capacidad de resolución de conflictos y, en general, una mayor propensión a la creación de empresas. En síntesis, se concluye que el programa JRE ha tenido impactos positivos en áreas importantes relacionadas con las condiciones laborales de sus beneficiarios, que se destaca por el hecho que va dirigido a personas de zonas rurales y de origen en los segmentos más vulnerables de la población.

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Date of creation: 28 Oct 2010
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  1. Alejandro GAVIRIA URIBE & Jairo Augusto NUÑEZ MENDEZ, 2003. "Evaluating the impact of SENA on earnings and Employment," ARCHIVOS DE ECONOMÍA 002646, DEPARTAMENTO NACIONAL DE PLANEACIÓN.
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