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Inequidad, desarrollo humano y política social: Importancia de las "Condiciones Iniciales"

  • Nohra Rey de Marulanda
  • Julio Guzmán
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    El interés del estudio se concentra en la efectividad que tienen las políticas públicas en la búsqueda de la mejor calidad de vida de los individuos y en las condiciones socioeconómicas que pueden permitir que aquéllas resulten más efectivas.

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    Paper provided by Inter-American Development Bank in its series IDB Publications (Working Papers) with number 10598.

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