Economic Development In Latin America: Essay in Honor of Werner Baer by H. EsfahaniEconomic Development In Latin America: Essay in Honor of Werner Baer by H. Esfahani

Economic Development In Latin America: Essay in Honor of Werner Baer

EditorH. Esfahani, G. Hewings, Giovanni Facchini

Hardcover | January 29, 2010

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This book provides some important insights into some of the characteristics of development as experienced by a sub-set of Latin American countries.
Title:Economic Development In Latin America: Essay in Honor of Werner BaerFormat:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0 inPublished:January 29, 2010Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230223818

ISBN - 13:9780230223813

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Table of Contents

Does the bell toll for Neoliberalism in Latin America?; Amann
The timing of self employment decisions; Aroca, M. Cunningham
Making a great difference; Azzoni
An evaluation of the contractionary devaluation hypothesis; Bebczuk, G. Panizza
Revisiting import substitution industrialization; Braga
Deficit targeting; Bugarin and Pires
Human capital and income concentration in Brazil; Bugarin
Happiness among American and Brazilian College Students; Cavalcanti, Guimaraes and Nogueira
Reconciliing growth with equity in the income distribution; Coes
Performance of privatised enterprises in developing countries; Cook
With or without the IMF?; Gallo
Structural analysis of employment in the Brazilian Economy; Guilhoto, Ichihara and Amorin
CGE models, trade liberalization and growth: Ten lessons from the Brazilian experience; Haddad
Latin America, UNCTAD and the postwar trading system; Love
Agricultural and agrarian development in Brazil over the last six decades; Mueller
Institutions and economic growth in the periphery; Reis
Regional and demographic determinants of poverty in Brazil; Souza, Azzoni and Nogueira
International cooperation and global justice; Streeten
Economics the Werner Baer Way; L. Samuelson