Un Enfoque Cualitativo Del Crecimiento Económico Paraguayo

Ernesto Rodríguez Carámbula

Resumen


En los últimos años Paraguay ha experimentado tasas de crecimiento económico que fueron de las más altas de la región. Sin embargo, este crecimiento no ha logrado revertir unos niveles de pobreza superiores al 25 por ciento y una persistente desigualdad en la distribución del ingreso. Esto obliga a repensar el crecimiento económico a partir de nuevos indicadores que incorporen elementos cualitativos.


Palabras clave


Economía; Crecimiento; Pobreza; Desigualdad; Crecimiento Favorable a los Pobres

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