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Activos y contexto económico: Factores relacionados con la pobreza en el Perú

  • Valenzuela, Irina

    (Banco Central de Reserva del Perú)

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    El objetivo del presente trabajo es identificar los factores que se relacionan con la probabilidad de ser pobre en el Perú, para ello se sigue el enfoque basado en activos, incorporando además variables relacionadas al contexto económico, como el nivel de desarrollo económico provincial y la presencia de actividad minera distrital. Un contexto económico relativamente favorable, reflejado en la residencia en una provincia con mayores ingresos per cápita, disminuye la probabilidad que un hogar caiga en la pobreza, ya sea en el ámbito urbano o rural. En tanto que residir en distritos con presencia minera disminuye la probabilidad de caer en pobreza, más no es relevante para determinar la probabilidad de caer en pobreza extrema. Residir en distritos mineros tiene impactos sólo en el espacio urbano. Se identifica a las regiones de Ancash, Arequipa y Madre de Dios como regiones donde dicho impacto es significativo.

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    Paper provided by Banco Central de Reserva del Perú in its series Working Papers with number 2013-013.

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