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El impacto de la extracción de recursos naturales en la equidad interpersonal a nivel departamental en el Perú

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  • Carlos Casas Tragodara

    (Universidad del Pacífico)

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Mide el impacto de las rentas generadas por las industrias extractivas en los diversos territorios beneficiarios sobre la equidad interpersonal del ingreso medido a través del coeficiente de Gini. Para ello se toma como unidad territorial representativa al departamento. Se calculará el índice de Gini a nivel departamental desde el año 2004 en que existe representatividad de los datos a dicho nivel. El indicador de las rentas generadas por la industria minera serán los precios internacionales de los minerales que exporta el país.

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  • Carlos Casas Tragodara, 2013. "El impacto de la extracción de recursos naturales en la equidad interpersonal a nivel departamental en el Perú," Working Papers 14-01, Centro de Investigación, Universidad del Pacífico.
  • Handle: RePEc:pai:wpaper:14-01
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