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El Recorte de Salarios en Aumentará la Pobreza, no los Trabajos Dignos


  • Robert Pollin

    () (Univ. of Massachusetts)

  • Mwangi we Githinji

    () (Department of Economics and Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) University of Massachusetts-Amherst)

  • James Heintz

    () (Univ. of Massachusetts)


Algunos economistas culpan a los altos costos de mano de obra por la falta de crecimiento de trabajo productivo en países de bajos ingresos. Por ejemplo, un artículo del Banco Mundial, ?Jobs in Kenya: Concept Note? (Trabajos en Kenia: Nota Conceptual), pone énfasis a esta explicación. Pero, ¿tiene esto sentido? Nosotros creemos que no, tal y como explicamos en nuestro reciente informe, An Employment Targeted Economic Program for Kenya (Un Programa Económico Enfocado en el Empleo para Kenia). (...)

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  • Robert Pollin & Mwangi we Githinji & James Heintz, 2008. "El Recorte de Salarios en Aumentará la Pobreza, no los Trabajos Dignos," One Pager Spanish 46, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipc:opespa:46

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