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Education in Latin America: Dem and and distribution are factors that matter [electronic resource] / Nancy Birdsall, Juan Luis Londono de la Cuesta and Lesley O'Connell.

Author/Creator:
Birdsall, Nancy, author.
Publication:
New York : United Nations, 1998.
Format/Description:
Government document
Book
1 online resource (14 pages)
Local subjects:
Economic and Social Development. (search)
System Details:
data file
Summary:
Although the governments of the region have increased their spending on health and education, the results have been unsatisfactory. Expenditure on these services has traditionally been considered as a transfer rather than an investment. The accumulation of human capital has been relatively slow, with negative effects on economic growth, and it has been distributed unevenly among the different income groups, thereby further increasing inequality.
Notes:
Title from title screen (viewed May 1, 2017).
Contributor:
Londoño de la Cuesta, Juan Luis.
O'Connell, Lesley.
Contained In:
CEPAL Review Vol. 1998, no. 66, p. 39-52
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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