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La enseñanza de la economía en México

  • Ivico Ahumada Lobo
  • Fernando Butler Silva
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    En este estudio se examinan las características de los programas de estudio y los atributos y percepciones de los estudiantes de nivel licenciatura en seis de las principales facultades de economía de México, así como la evolución, inserción laboral y percepciones de los economistas en el periodo 2000-2005. Se notan tendencias que incluyen una pequeña disminución en las matrículas en carreras de economía, un aumento en el número de economistas empleados en el sector privado, una constante participación de las mujeres de aproximadamente la tercera parte de los ingresados en programas de economía, y un paulatino pero innegable incremento en el uso de Internet y otras herramientas de computación. También destaca el grado de que cursar una carrera en economía cambia las opiniones de los estudiantes sobre temas económicos.

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    Paper provided by Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department in its series Research Department Publications with number 4616.

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