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La enseñanza de economía en Bolivia y Chile

  • Carlos Gustavo Machado
  • Lourdes Espinoza
  • Katia Makhlouf
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    Este estudio realiza un análisis estadístico de la enseñanza de la economía a nivel de pre-grado en Bolivia y Chile, respondiendo una serie de interrogantes relativas a la estructura de la carrera, los métodos de enseñanza, la percepción de los alumnos con respecto a la universidad, a los economistas, a las perspectivas laborales, la intención de hacer post-grados y otros temas que hacen a la enseñanza de economía tanto en universidades públicas, como en privadas. Se presenta un análisis exhaustivo de una serie de tópicos que son comparados entre universidades de cada país, así como entre países, resaltando las semejanzas y diferencias.

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    Paper provided by Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department in its series Research Department Publications with number 4632.

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    Date of creation: Jul 2009
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