Reforming the Reforms in Latin America: Macroeconomics, Trade, Finance

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Palgrave Macmillan, Mar 16, 2000 - Business & Economics - 232 pages
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Development has been elusive for Latin America in the 1990s. Notwithstanding tough neoliberal reforms, defeated hyperinflation, and large capital inflows, development of productive capacity and social equity shows a poor performance. These selected essays discuss the analytical bases of a pragmatic policy-oriented approach alternative to neoliberalism. They also analyze macroeconomic management, trade and financial liberalization in recent years.

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Ricardo French-Davis is Professor of Economics at the University of Chile in Santiago.

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