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El Impacto Social de la Integración Regional en América Latina Rural

  • Alexander Schejtman
  • Julio A. Berdegué

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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Paper provided by Inter-American Development Bank in its series IDB Publications (Working Papers) with number 9125.

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