Economic policy and stabilization in Latin America
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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Causes and Consequences of Inflation in Latin America
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adaptive expectation adjustment annual inflation rate Argentina Austral autoregressive average balance-of-payments billion Bolivia Brazil Brazilian inflation capital account capital inflow caused Central Bank chapter Chile Chilean cointegration Collor Plan component of inflation Cruzado Plan cruzeiro current account decline deficit devaluation disequilibrium economic agents economic growth Eigenvalue Equation exchange rate variables expected expenditures fixed exchange rate foreign capital foreign debt freeze government's heterodox high inflation hyperinflation impact important income increased industrial inertial component inflation problem inflation rate Inflation Response inflation variable inflationary interest rate introduced investment long-term macroeconomic ment Mexican Mexico monetarist monetary policy money supply monthly inflation rate neostructuralist nominal anchor orthodox output overvalued percent of GDP period peso Phillips curve policymakers production public sector rate of inflation real wages reduced reforms relative price revenues seigniorage short-term stabilization plans staggered contracts structural Table tion U.S. dollar Washington consensus