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Latifundio, de Yoknapatawpha a Macondo

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Hay dos formas de explicar por qué las naciones pueden ser pobres: una, porque tienen escasez de recursos naturales, humanos o en equipos de capital. Y dos, la diferencia entre la riqueza y la pobreza puede ser explicada por “la calidad de las políticas públicas y las instituciones” (Olson, 1996, p. 19). Los países con las mejores instituciones y políticas obtienen el máximo de su potencial, mientras que los otros, con las peores instituciones y políticas son ineficientes y pobres.

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  • Guillermo Maya, 2022. "Latifundio, de Yoknapatawpha a Macondo," Ensayos de Economía 20581, Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Medellín.
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