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Lo que se dice del comportamiento social y acciones reveladas: Evidencia de seis ciudades latinoamericanas utilizando muestras representativas

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  • Hugo Ñopo

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  • Alberto Chong

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  • Juan Camilo Cardenas

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En este documento se analiza el vínculo entre lo que la gente dice que prefiere hacer y lo que efectivamente hace. Se vinculan los resultados de los experimentos sobre la confianza y la naturaleza social en seis capitales latinoamericanas con las respuestas obtenidas de encuestas representativas entre los mismos participantes individuales. Los individuos que están más de acuerdo con un conjunto de afirmaciones de naturaleza social están más dispuestos a contribuir y colaborar con el bienestar social de la comunidad, y lo que la gente dice está vinculado con lo que hace. Esto sostiene la idea de que la inclusión de controles subjetivos en el lado izquierdo de una especificación empírica efectivamente contiene información útil.

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  • Hugo Ñopo & Alberto Chong & Juan Camilo Cardenas, 2008. "Lo que se dice del comportamiento social y acciones reveladas: Evidencia de seis ciudades latinoamericanas utilizando muestras representativas," Research Department Publications 4576, Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department.
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