Subsidios de EducaciÃ³n: Impacto en la MigraciÃ³n y Convergencia Regional
Gonzalo Duran ()
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: During the last couple of decades, the migratory movements in Chile have been minimum, regions are far from achieving match in the per capÃ¬ta income, situation that would give persistence to the regional inequity. According to studies, in 52 years, half of the gap between a rich and a poor region would be closed. What generates this apparent motionless? a possible explanation, are the education subsidies, those act like an anchor element. The subject is covered using an enlarged specification of the Harris and Todaroâ€™s model (1970), working trough cross section estimations.
Keywords: Migration; Convergence; Education Subsidies. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: O15 R23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Note: Type of Document - pdf; pages: 29. 29 pages, econometric analysis, with graphs and equations, very interesting
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