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Title: Papel del sector público en la promoción del desarrollo económico de los países en vías de desarrollo
Other Titles: The role of the public sector in the ecuadorian economic development
Authors: Tacle Galárraga, Moisés Fernando
Keywords: PUBLIC SECTOR
ECUADORIAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Issue Date: Jan-1991
Abstract: Since 1830, when the Republican era initiated in Ecuador, the public sector has planned its activities according to the existing challenges and opportunities. During the first century of the Republican life, its attention was oriented to defining the juridical ordinance of the nation, the consolidation of the territorial patrimony, the construction of the road infrastructure, the support to education, the stabilization of the commercial relations with foreign countries, and the relations with the countries of our continent and of the rest of the world. During the later 20’s and the 30’s of the century, a new political, technical and administrative policy was defined for the country, with an economical reorganization and the creation of new institutions responsible of ruling the economical life of the nation with wich the participation of the State sector was consolidated
URI: http://www.dspace.espol.edu.ec/handle/123456789/6416
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