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Beneficios y costos de la globalizaci�n: perspectiva de un pa�s peque�o (Chile)

  • Patricio Meller

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    La globalizaci�n implica para todos los pa�ses, especialmente los latinoamericanos, grandes oportunidades; pero al mismo tiempo, los desaf�os no son menores. Efectivamente, existen costos de ajuste en la incorporaci�n de un pa�s a la econom�a mundial, pero, los beneficios superan notoriamente a los costos. El foco de las pol�ticas de un pa�s que se integra a la econom�a global debiera estar orientado a maximizar los beneficios y minimizar los costos. Para esto, todos los agentes econ�micos debieran "estar equipados" para aprovechar los beneficios de la GL; por otra parte, el pa�s tiene que establecer mecanismos locales para compensar a los "perdedores". En este art�culo se examinan la l�gica de las pol�ticas requeridas para enfrentar la globalizaci�n considerando las restricciones internacionales, el rol del gobierno y el nuevo entorno laboral.

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    Paper provided by Centro de Economía Aplicada, Universidad de Chile in its series Documentos de Trabajo with number 112.

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    Date of creation: 2001
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    Handle: RePEc:edj:ceauch:112
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