Productividad en el Perú: medición, determinantes e implicancias (Productivity in Peru: measurement, determinants and implications)

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What should the strategy of growth of the Peruvian economy be over the coming decades to be considered a developed economy with high level of welfare? The experience of the last twenty-five years, the best of the last century in terms of economic growth, gives us a clear message the kind of growth based on higher (external) investment and the most number of workers is not enough to sustain high growth and achieve a high level of development. Complementarily, these factors are required to be more productive and efficient, so that the development strategy should pay special attention to productivity. In this book, productivity in Peru is studied from different perspectives and the main elements that should be considered for a long-term economic growth strategy based on productivity are put into discussion.​
  • About the author(s)
    Nikita Céspedes

    She is the director of the Research Department of the Ministry of Economy and Finance. Previously, she worked as a researcher in the Economic Research Deputy Management at the Central Reserve Bank of Peru. She holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Rochester; and her areas of interest include macroeconomics, labor economics and economic development.​

    Pablo Lavado

    He is a professor and a researcher at Universidad del Pacífico. He holds a PhD in Economics from Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros. His areas of interest are Applied micro econometrics, labor economics, economics of education, impact assessment, home economics and structural models.​

    Nelson Ramírez Rondán

    He is a researcher in the Economic Research Deputy Management at the Central Reserve Bank of Peru. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Wisconsin- Madison, and his areas of interest are theoretical econometrics and empirical macroeconomics.​

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