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De la Economía Popular a la Economía Social y Solidaria: el Caso de los Recicladores de Base en Santiago de Chile

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  • Michela Giovannini
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    Las organizaciones de recicladores de base han sido analizadas en varios contextos como una salida a la informalidad y un antídoto a la pobreza de los que trabajan en este sector. El análisis presentado en este artículo está enfocado en dos estudios de caso en el área metropolitana de Santiago de Chile, donde se han analizado dos comunas en las que trabajan algunas organizaciones de recicladores. El objetivo del estudio era entender las dinámicas organizacionales y el potencial de estas organizaciones para pasar de una situación de informalidad, asociada con la idea de la economía popular, a la capacidad de incorporarse como organizaciones más estructuradas en el contexto de la economía social y solidaria. Los resultados evidencian una serie de ventajas aportadas por las organizaciones de recicladores a nivel social, económico, medioambiental y comunitario, y una serie de desafíos que todavía obstaculizan en este contexto el ulterior desarrollo de las organizaciones y el empoderamiento de sus socios.

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    Paper provided by Euricse (European Research Institute on Cooperative and Social Enterprises) in its series Euricse Working Papers with number 1473.

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    Date of creation: 2014
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