2 edition of Inflation and growth in Latin America. found in the catalog.
Inflation and growth in Latin America.
Conference on Inflation and Economic Growth in Latin America, Rio de Janeiro, 1963
Summary papers, papers and comments, and panel sessions from the Conference on Inflation and Economic Growth, Rio de Janeiro, Jan. 3-11, 1963. Bibliographical footnotes.
|Series||Publications of the Economic Growth Center|
|Contributions||Baer, Werner, 1931-, Kerstenetzky, Isaac, ed.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 542 p. illus. ;|
|Number of Pages||542|
Latin America will grow by % in and % in , continuing the upward growth trend. Growth in will then be close to the region’s potential (between % and 3%, Figure ).File Size: 1MB. Downloadable (with restrictions)! In this paper we investigate the role of macroeconomic performance, mainly in terms of rates of inflation, in determining economic growth in four Latin American countries which suffered hyperinflationary bursts in the s and early s, but that also differ in terms of development levels. The data set covers the period between and , and the.
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At bottom, therefore, the inflation which accompanies economic development in our country is not a monetary problem (Furtado  , p. ). 1. Introduction In January eighty economists attended an international conference on “Inflation and Growth in Latin America” held in Rio, including W. Arthur Lewis, Dudley Seers, Arnold. The essays in this collection assess Latin American neo-structuralism's theoretical contributions and viability as the world's economies evolve. The authors discuss Frenkel's work in relation to pricing decisions, inflation and stabilization policy, development and income distribution in Latin America, and macroeconomic policy for economic growth.
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Inflation and growth in Latin America. book this from a library. Inflation and growth in Latin America. [Werner Baer; Isaac Kerstenetzky;] -- Prepared papers and comments presented at the Conference on Inflation and Economic Growth held in Rio de Janeiro from Jan.Summaries of discussions in panel sessions are also included.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xix, pages illustrations 23 cm. Series Title: Publication of the Economic Growth Center, Yale. Reform, Recovery, and Growth: Latin America and the Middle East (National Bureau of Economic Research Project Report): Business Development Books @ E-book $ to $ About E-books ISBN: Published December The debt crisis of caused serious economic disruptions in most developing countries.
Reform, Recovery, and Growth explains why some of these countries have recovered from the debt crisis, while more than a decade later others continue to stagnate.
] INFLATION AND GROWTH IN LATIN AMERICA special chapter is devoted to the particular agricultural problems of the shell-torn island of Quemoy. Part II deals with economic and social aspects of agriculture: the place of agriculture in the economy of Taiwan as a whole; agricultural trade, financ.
Introduction and motivation. Latin America has been known for its display of high rates of inflation, and even bursts of hyperinflation, in particular shortly after its political transition to democracy in the s and in the first half of the s, and also for presenting erratic economic growth rates during roughly the same period of by: Latin America has been known for its display of high inflation rates and even episodes of hyperinflation, particularly shortly after its political transition to democracy in the s and early s.
1 More recently, the important currency depreciations that affected many Latin American countries have placed renewed upward pressure on inflation, even if their impact has been milder than in the past.
2 Author: João Tovar Jalles, João Tovar Jalles. This book documents the effectiveness of intervention and pays special attention to the role of foreign exchange intervention policy within inflation-targeting monetary frameworks. The main lesson from Latin America's foreign exchange interventions, in the context of inflation targeting, is that the region has had a considerable degree of success.
This statistic shows the average inflation rate in Latin America and the Caribbean from towith projections up until Latin America Monetary & Financial Sector News Regional inflation declined to % in April (March: %), mainly on falling fuel prices. Subdued activity and lower non-core inflation have kept price pressures in check across the region recently.
Annual GDP growth and consumer price inflation in Latin America and the Caribbean, – • Weakness in several large economies weighs on the region’s growth. The Short-Run Relation Between Inflation and Growth in Latin America Sebastian Edwards.
NBER Working Paper No. (Also Reprint No. r) Issued in NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment, International Finance and Macroeconomics. Latin America & Caribbean inflation rate for was %, a % increase from Latin America & Caribbean inflation rate for was %, a % decline from Latin America & Caribbean inflation rate for was %, a % decline from The debt crisis of caused serious economic disruptions in most developing countries.
Reform, Recovery, and Growth explains why some of these countries have recovered from the debt crisis, while more than a decade later others continue to stagnate. Among the questions addressed are: What are the requirements for a stabilization policy that reduces inflation in a reasonable amount.
While these have not affected Latin American countries in the same way, other economic problems emerged after the reversion of loose monetary policies that debilitated the export-led growth model.
This book discusses the issue of the financialised globalisation model in Latin America, looking at the region’s relationship with the. Inflation and Growth Stanley Fischer. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in November NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth Models of inflation and growth in the sixties emphasized the portfolio substitution mechanism by which higher inflation made capital more attractive to hold relative to money, leading to higher capital intensity, and in the transition period to higher.
Inflation in Latin America, - Article (PDF Available) Inflation, monetar y growth, an d rea l growt h i n Lati n America, 0 (averag e.
annua l rate s o f change). Chil e. This important new text provides a clear, comprehensive, and accessible overview of major economic issues facing Latin America today, including balance of payments problems, inflation, stabilization, poverty, inequality, and land reform.
It captures trends and common issues and at the same time illustrates the diversity of national chapter centers around an economic problem. Instability in economic growth as well as in political life is a defining trait of Latin America's development. Disappointment with economic growth in Latin America is amplified by the successful development of East Asian economies in the s and s Author: Raimundo Soto, Felife Zurita.
Inflation at the regional level is expected to decline to percent in (from its peak of percent in ) and to remain at about 3½ percent thereafter.
Despite this ongoing recovery, prospects for strong long-term growth in Latin America and the Caribbean look dimmer. Hyperinflation or Stagnation, Which Is Worse? Ask Latin America. For much of the region, the long-held fear of inflation and instability has been replaced by Author: John Authers.For Latin America, they found no statistical relation between inflation and growth.
Barro (), in a world wide cross sectional analysis, found a negative relation between inflation and growth, though the effect could not be isolated for inflation rates below 20 percent. .High rates of inflation are a perennial problem in Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) countries. This article attempts to identify the factors that initiate these inflationary episodes using.