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Una descripción general del crecimiento económico en el África Subsahariana

  • Juan Carlos Pérez Mesa

    (Universidad de Almería)

  • Jaime de Pablo Valenciano

    (Universidad de Almería)

Este artículo trata de servir de introducción a la situación de los países del área sub-sahariana que se caracterizan por tener el menor crecimiento económico y la más baja productividad mundial. En este contexto se analizan cuáles son las principales causas del atraso y se esbozan las soluciones más urgentes, que pasan, entre otras, por: i) el aumento de la inversión extranjera que será posible siempre que se mejoren las garantías de funcionamiento de las instituciones; y ii) el aumento del comercio intra-regional. También se realiza un análisis de correlación entre nivel económico, desarrollo humano y pobreza

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Length: 14 pages
Date of creation: 06 Jun 2005
Date of revision: 31 Aug 2005
Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpge:0506001
Note: Type of Document - pdf; pages: 14. Boletín Económico ICE, nº 2836, pp 63-73
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