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Patrones de Desarrollo Urbano: ¿Es Santiago Anómalo?

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  • Raphael Bergoeing

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  • Facundo Piguillem

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La evidencia internacional muestra que las políticas de desarrollo urbano tienen efectos significativos en el bienestar de los individuos. Pese a ello, en Chile estas políticas han sido generalmente diseñadas e implementadas de acuerdo a criterios arbitrarios y omitiendo evidencia empírica relevante. Su evaluación exige conocer las regularidades que caracterizan al desarrollo urbano. Estos hechos, sin embargo, no están disponibles de manera sistemática en Chile. El objetivo de este trabajo es documentar estos patrones de desarrollo urbano para la ciudad de Santiago. El principal resultado es que estos se caracterizan por un nivel y evolución en el tiempo consistentes con los observados en otros países con características económicas similares. En este sentido, Santiago no es una ciudad anómala.

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  • Raphael Bergoeing & Facundo Piguillem, 2005. "Patrones de Desarrollo Urbano: ¿Es Santiago Anómalo?," Documentos de Trabajo 204, Centro de Economía Aplicada, Universidad de Chile.
  • Handle: RePEc:edj:ceauch:204
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