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Medición del valor agregado del hogar: nuevos enfoques para el caso peruano

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  • Arlette Beltrán

    (Universidad del Pacífico)

  • Pablo Lavado

    (Universidad del Pacífico)

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Aun cuando las diferentes medidas convencionales del Producto Bruto Interno (PBI) muestran el desempeño económico del país, el cálculo de éstas no considera el significativo valor de los bienes y servicios producidos dentro del hogar. A través de la Encuesta Nacional del Uso de Tiempo (ENUT) 2010, la presente investigación trata de estimar el valor asociado al tiempo dedicado a las labores del hogar en el Perú bajo distintos enfoques discutidos en la literatura académica. Los resultados arrojan que el Producto Bruto del Hogar (PBH) constituye un monto significativo del PBI que oscila entre los 65,000 y 129,000 millones de nuevos soles de 2010, lo que representa entre 16% y 31% del PBI. Asimismo, los resultados son concluyentes respecto a la participación mayoritaria de las mujeres dentro del PBH: en promedio, alrededor de 60% y 70%. Finalmente, este documento concluye sobre los desafíos de implementación de políticas públicas que permitan reducir las desigualdades en la contribución del tiempo dedicado a las tareas del hogar encontradas.

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  • Arlette Beltrán & Pablo Lavado, 2013. "Medición del valor agregado del hogar: nuevos enfoques para el caso peruano," Working Papers 13-15, Centro de Investigación, Universidad del Pacífico.
  • Handle: RePEc:pai:wpaper:13-15
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