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The Long March: A Reform Agenda for Latin America and the Caribbean in the Next Decade

By: Contributor(s): Language: English Series: World Bank Latin American and Caribbean Studies | ViewpointsPublication details: Washington, D.C. : The World Bank 1997, AugustEdition: 1. EdDescription: xiii, 115 ppISBN:
  • 0-8213-3985-0
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 338 Production
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Contents:
from the Table of Contents: Consolidating Stabilization Gains: Fiscal Policy; The Financial Sector; The External Sector; Structural Reform and Economic Progress: International Trade Openness; Financial Development; Labor Market Liberalization; Proper Use on Public Resources and Efficiency of Revenue Generation; Governance; Concluding Remarks; Strategic Priorities for Accelerating Growth: LAC's Growth in the 1900s; Strategic Priorities for Accelerating Growth in LAC; Quality Investment in Human Development; Developing Efficient Financial Markets; Improving the Legal and Regulatory Environment; Public Administration and Governance; The Challenge of Poverty Reduction: The Incidence of Poverty; Growth and Poverty; The Pattern and Quality of Growth; Human Capital Development; Poverty and Targeted Programs;
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from the Table of Contents: Consolidating Stabilization Gains: Fiscal Policy; The Financial Sector; The External Sector; Structural Reform and Economic Progress: International Trade Openness; Financial Development; Labor Market Liberalization; Proper Use on Public Resources and Efficiency of Revenue Generation; Governance; Concluding Remarks; Strategic Priorities for Accelerating Growth: LAC's Growth in the 1900s; Strategic Priorities for Accelerating Growth in LAC; Quality Investment in Human Development; Developing Efficient Financial Markets; Improving the Legal and Regulatory Environment; Public Administration and Governance; The Challenge of Poverty Reduction: The Incidence of Poverty; Growth and Poverty; The Pattern and Quality of Growth; Human Capital Development; Poverty and Targeted Programs;

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