THE POPULAR AND SOLIDARY ECONOMY POSSIBLE OPTION OF THE LATIN AMERICAN COUNTRIES TO ERADICATE POVERTY. AN ECUADORIAN CASE

  • Otmara Navarro Silva PhD, Universidad Metropolitana del Ecuador
  • Marjorie Katherine Crespo Ms, Universidad Metropolitana del Ecuador
  • Ronny Alexander Farinango Salazar MAE, Universidad Metropolitana del Ecuador
Keywords: Poverty, Marginalization, Unemployment and Cooperativism

Abstract

Social creativity and almost impossible to avoid different government unemployment have given way to the emergence of the social economy in response to the need for peoples to their families the necessary for their subsistence. The transition to a new economic regime, oriented to the dignity of all, life seems not viable without accumulation and adequate investment of the surplus, which stresses the strategic objectives of overcoming a ruinous extractive system not only for the ecosystem but for future generations. All of which indicates the need to articulate different social, political and cultural times in the process of restoration of economic processes. This is precisely the importance of research in the popular and solidary economy. Supported in techniques such as the interview and the survey will be carried out the organization of the data, using a questionnaire as an instrument for measurement.

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Published
2018-07-31
How to Cite
Silva, O. N., Crespo, M. K., & Farinango Salazar, R. A. (2018). THE POPULAR AND SOLIDARY ECONOMY POSSIBLE OPTION OF THE LATIN AMERICAN COUNTRIES TO ERADICATE POVERTY. AN ECUADORIAN CASE . International Journal of Engineering Technologies and Management Research, 5(7), 131-144. https://doi.org/10.29121/ijetmr.v5.i7.2018.266