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Capital humano y productividad en microempresas

@inproceedings{Mungaray2007CapitalHY,
  title={Capital humano y productividad en microempresas},
  author={Alejandro Mungaray and Martin Ramirez-Urquidy},
  year={2007}
}
The hypothesis that human capital increases productivity is tested using data from a sample of low value-added microenterprises. A special attribute of this paper is the join treatment of formal learning or training in education institutions, and informal training by experience of the owner in the firm management. Following previous studies, the relation between human capital and productivity is determined by estimating production functions with the inclusion of dummy variables to control for… Expand
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