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El Impacto Social de la Integración Regional en América Latina Rural

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  • Alexander Schejtman
  • Julio A. Berdegué

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El argumento central que tratamos de desarrollar en este documento es que tras dos décadas de experiencia, la evidencia disponible no permite sostener la validez universal del mencionado axioma: en América Latina la apertura y la integración no siempre se han traducido en mayores tasas de crecimiento, ni éstas, cuando se produjeron, implicaron necesariamente mayor bienestar en el mundo rural.

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  • Alexander Schejtman & Julio A. Berdegué, 2006. "El Impacto Social de la Integración Regional en América Latina Rural," IDB Publications (Working Papers) 2327, Inter-American Development Bank.
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