Economic policy and stabilization in Latin America

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M.E. Sharpe, 1996 - Business & Economics - 207 pages
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A detailed analysis of economic policy in Latin America with particular attention devoted to the problem of controlling inflation and stabilization. Contents include an analysis of economic policies of the 1990s; country case studies of Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Argentina, and Bolivia; a thorough review of competing paradigms; a comparison of monitarist and structuralist approaches to the problem; mathematical and statistical modeling.

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Introduction
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Causes and Consequences of Inflation in Latin America
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