Empoderamiento de la mujer latinoamericana: empleo y educación, 1960-2010

  • Héctor Alberto Botello Peñaloza Universidad Industrial de Santander
Palabras clave: empoderamiento, género, educación, trabajo, desarrollo económico.

Resumen

La investigación de la cual es resultado el presente artículo tuvo como objetivo investigar la evolución de las condiciones de empoderamiento de la mujer latinoamericana en el ámbito laboral y educativo desde 1960 hasta 2010, en Argentina, Brasil, Colombia, Ecuador, México, Nicaragua y Uruguay. El análisis se realiza con un estudio descriptivo de los datos estadísticos provenientes de los microdatos provistos desde los censos de población, discretizando los datos relacionados con los indicadores del mercado laboral y el ámbito educativo. Se encuentra una evolución positiva de los indicadores de empoderamiento de la mujer latinoamericana; sin embargo, aún se encuentran atrasos significativos respecto a los de los hombres.

Biografía del autor/a

Héctor Alberto Botello Peñaloza, Universidad Industrial de Santander

Economista de la Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia; magíster en Ingeniería Industrial de la Universidad Industrial de Santander, Bucaramanga, Colombia. Docente de cátedra de la Universidad Industrial de Santander.

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Publicado
2015-07-01