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El Perú hacia 2062 : pensando juntos el futuro

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  • José Luis Bonifaz

    (Universidad del Pacífico)

  • Carlos Casas

    (Universidad del Pacífico)

  • Cynthia A. Sanborn

    (Universidad del Pacífico)

  • Bruno Seminario

    (Universidad del Pacífico)

  • Roberto Urrunaga

    (Universidad del Pacífico)

  • Enrique Vásquez

    (Universidad del Pacífico)

  • Gustavo Yamada

    (Universidad del Pacífico)

  • María Alejandra Zegarra

    (Universidad del Pacífico)

Abstract

Presenta, en la primera parte, proyecciones para la economía nacional a mediano y largo plazo en base a una lectura cuidadosa de nuestra historia económica, de los pronósticos sobre el contexto económico internacional y de las transformaciones demográficas y tecnológicas que nos afectan. Resalta la especial importancia del sector minero y también las brechas que persisten entre este sector y el resto de nuestra economía. En la segunda parte, analiza la pobreza multidimensional que caracteriza a las diversas regiones del país, la cual no ha podido erradicar por sí solo el crecimiento macroeconómico; y se reflexiona sobre los desafíos que esto implica para todos. ¿Qué hacer entonces para seguir creciendo con mayor inclusión social? ¿Cómo aprovechar mejor para ello los recursos que tenemos hoy? En la tercera y cuarta partes de este trabajo, se analiza dos temas fundamentales tanto para el crecimiento económico sostenido como para la inclusión social: la educación y la infraestructura pública. La quinta sección presenta conclusiones y recomendaciones. Aunque provienen de diversas disciplinas y perspectivas académicas, los investigadores que contribuyeron a este trabajo coinciden en la observación de que el Perú siempre ha tenido ventajas para crecer económicamente.

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  • José Luis Bonifaz & Carlos Casas & Cynthia A. Sanborn & Bruno Seminario & Roberto Urrunaga & Enrique Vásquez & Gustavo Yamada & María Alejandra Zegarra, 2013. "El Perú hacia 2062 : pensando juntos el futuro," Working Papers 13-06, Centro de Investigación, Universidad del Pacífico.
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