Cultura, diversidad cultural y desarrollo económico. Una perspectiva crítica de los trabajos recientes

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Francois Facchini

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Este artículo contribuye a la investigación sobre los determinantes culturales del desempeño económico de las naciones. La primera sección muestra que no hay evidencia de que la homogeneidad cultural favorezca el desarrollo. Destaca, en cambio, el papel crucial de la diversidad cultural en la tarea de descubrir las oportunidades de lucro de los empresarios. La segunda sección presenta los trabajos sobre la presunta existencia de valores tóxicos para el desarrollo. La tercera sección critica esta idea y contrasta un modelo europeo de desarrollo por la innovación basado en valores individualistas y un modelo asiático de desarrollo a través de la imitación fundado en valores familiares y holísticos.

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