The Economic Development of Latin America in the Twentieth Century

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Edward Elgar, 2000 - Business & Economics - 322 pages
'Researchers and scholars of Latin America will find this volume a gold mine of information . . . Highly recommended for academic and research collections, upper-division undergraduate and up.' - J.L. Dietz, Choice 'A major contribution to the analysis of Latin American economic performance and policies in the 20th century. Provides quantitative growth accounts, with new estimates of capital stock, labour and total factor productivity. Lengthy appendices provide estimates of key magnitudes adjusted to ensure international comparability. An invaluable reference work for all students, teachers and researchers in this field.' - Angus Maddison, University of Groningen, the Netherlands This book provides an assessment of Latin American 20th century economic performance from a comparative and historical perspective. the author uses growth accounting methods and previously unavailable long-term series data to present a comprehensive analysis of Latin American development over the course of the century.

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Some Distinctive Characteristics of Latin America over the Long
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Economic Performance in Latin America A Comparative

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