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Tecnología, heterogeneidad y crecimiento: un caja de herramientas estructuralista

  • Mario Cimoli

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    (CEPAL e Universidad de Venecia)

  • Gabriel Porcile

    (CEPAL e Universidade Federal do Paraná)

En este texto se presentan algunas ideas claves del estructuralismo latino-americano por medio de un conjunto muy acotado de ecuaciones y gráficos. El artículo pretende ser, al mismo tiempo, un instrumento didáctico (que puede usarse como apoyo en cursos de grado e de post-grado) y una caja de herramientas para pensar los efectos de ciertas políticas y choques sobre el crecimiento y la distribución. Se busca así contribuir a la enseñaza y difusión de una rica e importante corriente del pensamiento sobre desarrollo económico, destacando sus altos niveles de articulación interna, su originalidad y, al mismo tiempo, sus vínculos y continuidad con otras teorías heterodoxas del crecimiento y la distribución, como las teorías keynesiana y evolucionista.

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Paper provided by Universidade Federal do Paraná, Department of Economics in its series Working Papers with number 0119.

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Length: 31 pages
Date of creation: 2011
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Handle: RePEc:fup:wpaper:0119
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