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Title: Social Progress Index for urban and rural areas of a region: Evidence from Peru
Authors: Inga Hancco, Maylee Nicol
Indigoyen Porras, Adamari Stephanie
Parra Alarcon, Sergio Luis
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: Vicente Ramos, Wagner Enoc
Keywords: Desarrollo social
Igualdad de oportunidades
Zonas rurales
Publisher: Universidad Continental
Issue Date: 2021 28-Apr-2022
Citation: Inga, M., Indigoyen, A. y Parra, S. (2021). Social Progress Index for urban and rural areas of a region: Evidence from Peru. Tesis para optar el título profesional de Economista, Escuela Académico Profesional de Economía, Universidad Continental, Huancayo, Perú.
Abstract: The present study describes the methodological process proposed by the Social Progress Imperative Global Organization to calculate the Social Progress Index in urban and rural areas of the province of Huancayo, Peru, in 2020. The survey was based on 229 observations regarding basic human needs, foundations of well-being and opportunities. The result produced an index of 56.04 for urban areas and 53.98 for rural areas; results that are in the low and low middle range respectively, identifying deficiencies in the quality of economic policies, with respect to the sanitation service, where more than 30% do not have access to drinking water, and others. It was concluded that the index showed no improvement with respect to 2019, likewise the social gaps still persist and the well-being of the aforementioned population was not increased.
Extension: p. 422-435
metadata.dc.rights.accessRights: Acceso abierto
metadata.dc.source: Universidad Continental
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