A Decade of Reform in Latin America: Has it Delivered Lower Volatility?
Inter-American Development Bank, Office of the Chief Economist, 1997 - Economic stabilization - 30 pages
The paper discusses whether the economies of Latin America have become less volatile as a result of the economic stabilization and structural reforms implemented during the past decade and details its answer of a qualified yes.
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