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Valoración de los impactos de seis proyectos del programa de apoyo a la convivencia y seguridad ciudadana de Cali

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En el Análisis Costo Beneficio de los proyectos del Programa de apoyo a la Convivencia y Seguridad Ciudadana de la ciudad de Cali, se aplicó el Método de Valoración Contingente para la valoración monetaria de los impactos tempranos de estos proyectos. Dada la complejidad y la temporalidad de estos impactos, el Método de Valoración Contingente resultó ser el más apropiado para su valoración. Sin embargo no se puede concluir que la disponibilidad a pagar social estimada, que se encontraban entre $34.320 y $48.960 (en un año) por hogar, expresa estrictamente la valoración de los niveles de impacto. Futuras aplicaciones de éste método deben incluir análisis de las motivaciones como el altruismo.

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  • Fabio Arias, 2007. "Valoración de los impactos de seis proyectos del programa de apoyo a la convivencia y seguridad ciudadana de Cali," DOCUMENTOS DE TRABAJO-CIDSE 003968, UNIVERSIDAD DEL VALLE - CIDSE.
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    Análisis Costo Beneficio; Valoración Contingente; Programas de Convivencia y Seguridad Ciudadana; Altruismo;

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