CEPAL Review No. 57, December 1995
  • E-ISSN: 16840348


The analysis of social area financing in small economies has taken on great importance in recent years with the growing recognition of the mutual links between economic and social processes. Investment in human capital is seen as fundamental for attaining the competitiveness demanded by participation in world trade. In Central America, the socio-political situation has given rise to growing interest in studying social area financing and in gaining a knowledge of the economic possibilities there will be in coming years for assigning resources to social activities.

Related Subject(s): Economic and Social Development

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