Understanding Market Reforms In Latin America: Similar Reforms, Diverse Constituencies, Varied Results by J. FanelliUnderstanding Market Reforms In Latin America: Similar Reforms, Diverse Constituencies, Varied Results by J. Fanelli

Understanding Market Reforms In Latin America: Similar Reforms, Diverse Constituencies, Varied…

EditorJ. Fanelli

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Market reforms in Latin America have resulted in a variety of outcomes, which have often been disappointing. This books studies market reforms in eight key Latin American countries, aiming to shed light on the question of why similar policies have resulted in a variety of outcomes, ranging from outright failures to clear successes. The book focuses on policy implementation and the factors that impinge on the sustainability of market reforms. The findings provide a valuable contribution to the ongoing debate on the reasons for market reform 'fatigue'.
JOSE M. FANELLI is currently Senior Researcher at CEDES, Argentina. He specializes in the analysis of macroeconomic and financial problems in developing countries and has published a large number of academic articles and several books on these topics. He has been actively involved in the establishment of research networks in the Latin...
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Title:Understanding Market Reforms In Latin America: Similar Reforms, Diverse Constituencies, Varied…Format:HardcoverDimensions:368 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0 inPublished:April 17, 2007Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230500579

ISBN - 13:9780230500570

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Understanding Market Reform in Latin America: Similar Reforms, Diverse Constituencies, Varied Results--J.M.Fanelli * Understanding Reform: The Case of Argentina--C.H.Acuña, S.Galiani & M.Tommasi * Pragmatism and Market Reforms in Brazil--A.C.Pinheiro, R.Bonelli & B.R.Schneider * Understanding Chilean Reforms--R.Chumacero, R.Fuentes, R.Lüders & J.Vial * A Common Thread? The Impact of Institutions and Governance on Reform Outcomes in Mexico and Peru--J.A.Garibaldi * The Predatory State and Economic Reform: An Examination of Paraguay's Political Economic Transition--D.G.Richards & D.Borda * Pro-Market Reform in Uruguay: Gradual Reform and Political Pluralism--A.Forteza, D.Buquet, M.Ibarburu, J.Lanzaro, A.Pereyra, E.Siandra & M.Vaillant * The Difficulties of Reforming an Oil Dependent Economy: The Case of Venezuela--R.Villasmil, F.Monaldi, G.Ríos & M.González