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Guidelines for achieving maxium employment and growth in Latin America.

Inter-American Economic and Social Council.

Guidelines for achieving maxium employment and growth in Latin America.

by Inter-American Economic and Social Council.

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Published by General Secretariat, Organization of American States in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Latin America,
  • Latin America.
    • Subjects:
    • Manpower policy -- Latin America.,
    • Full employment policies -- Latin America.,
    • Latin America -- Economic policy.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesOAS official records ;, OEA/Ser.H/X.21, CIES/1862
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF1405.5 1959 .07 OEA/SER H/X.21/CIES/1862, HC125 .07 OEA/SER H/X.21/CIES/1862
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 240 p.
      Number of Pages240
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5091202M
      LC Control Number74162719

      25 October - Third Ministerial Meeting on Productivity, Bogota Colombia; 19 October - Third Ministerial Meeting "Integrity for Good Governance in LAC," Lima, Peru.; 16 November - Second Ministerial Meeting ''Towards Inclusive Social Protection Systems in LAC," Asuncion, Paraguay.; 17 December - First Ministerial Meeting on Productivity and Inclusive Growth, Santiago, Chile.   By Sebastián Sosa, Economist, Evridiki Tsounta, Economist and Hye Sun Kim, Research Assistant, Western Hemisphere Department. Latin America has Author: Imfdirect.

      'Probably the most thorough overview of Latin American economic history presently available Furtado's most important characteristic as an economist is willingness to consider economic problems in their total complexity; there are no simplifications here and no easy conclusions '.Cited by:   Has economic growth resulted in gains in standards of living and reductions in poverty via improved labour market conditions in Latin America in the s, and have these improvements halted or been reversed since the international crisis of ? How do the rate and character of economic growth, changes in the various employment and earnings indicators, and changes in poverty and inequality.

      B.3 Inflation thresholds and economic growth in Latin America: pairwise correlation coefficients B.4 Causality tests in the inflation-growth nexus in Latin America B.5 Inflation-growth nexus in a cross-section of Latin American countries B.6 Panel threshold estimation: robustness to . Distribution and Growth in Latin America in an Era of Structural Reform The Impact of Globalisation Latin America has long had the most unequally distributed income in the world because of land ownership patterns, development and education policies and demography, which have swelled the supply of unskilled labour and demand for skilled workers Cited by:


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