publication . Preprint . 1985

Transition growth and basic needs in Ecuador: a historical analysis.

Alarcon, J. V;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 1985
Abstract
ILO pub-WEP pub-PREALC pub. Working paper, statistical analysis, input output analysis in view of development planning for basic needs satisfaction in Ecuador - analyses trends in economic growth, employment, income, wealth and income distribution, 1948-1980; considers exports, dependence, production, productivity, wages, labour force participation, etc. By economic sector (incl. Handicrafts and small scale industry); quantifies basic and non-basic needs. Diagram, references, statistical tables.
Subjects
free text keywords: WEP pub, PREALC pub, input output analysis, development planning, basic needs, Ecuador, trend, economic growth, employment, income, wealth, income distribution, export, dependence, production, productivity, wages, labour force participation, economic sector, handicrafts, small scale industry, reference, statistical table, pub PME, pub PREALC, analyse entrée-sortie, planification du développement, besoins essentiels, Equateur, tendance, croissance économique, emploi, revenu, richesse, répartition du revenu, exportation, dépendance, production, productivité, salaire, taux d'activité, secteur économique, artisanat décoratif et d'expression, petite industrie, référence bibliographique, tableau statistique, pub PME, pub PREALC, análisis de insumo producto, planificación del desarrollo, necesidades esenciales, Ecuador, tendencia, crecimiento económico, empleo, ingreso, riqueza, distribución del ingreso, exportación, dependencia, producción, productividad, salario, tasa de actividad de mano de obra, sector económico, artesanía decorativa y tradicional, pequeña industria, referencia, cuadros estadísticos

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