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|Title:||Colombia in its adaption process to the OECD from the Chilean and Mexican experience|
Cano Elejalde, Tomás
Veléz, Luisa María
|Publisher:||Institución Universitaria Esumer|
|Abstract:||On a globalized planet, countries have naturally decided to integrate into all possible aspects, both socially and economically with bilateral treaties and alliances in which many countries are integrated; giving the opportunity to developing nations to strengthen their foundations for a future that economically and socially should improve the living conditions of human beings. From a social view with policy implementation programs that consolidate respect for fundamental human rights. The methodology used was based on the search and analysis of the Gini coefficient and the Human Development Index, these data accompanied by the information from the main sources helped identify the progress and setbacks of Chile and Mexico to allow Colombia to give the necessary recommendations when adapting the policies that the organization propose. With that being said, the objective of this study is to guide the reader through the social policies implemented by Chile and Mexico from its entry to the OECD and from its experiences and advances, conclude whether Colombia since its incorporation into the organization has had some kind of progress in the implementation of programs focused on the reduction of poverty and social inequality.|
|Appears in Collections:||Tecnología en Comercio Internacional|
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