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Challenges to Fiscal Adjustment in Latin America

The Cases of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico

by OECD. Published by : OECD Publishing

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Published by Org. for Economic Cooperation & Development .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Development economics,
  • International economics,
  • International - General,
  • Development - Economic Development,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Economics - General,
  • Business & Economics / International,
  • Business & Economics : Economics - General,
  • Development - General,
  • Finance,
  • Debt relief,
  • Finance, Public,
  • Fiscal policy,
  • Latin America

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9126223M
    ISBN 109264022074
    ISBN 109789264022072

      Latin America is facing an economic future characterised by low growth: according to the IMF, in growth will average % compared with % annually on average in the period Latin America: the challenge of fiscal adjustment | CaixaBank Research. Fiscal adjustments in Latin America Due to a combination of factors, including previous debt-based development policies, high interest rates, high oil prices and a decline in the terms of trade Latin American countries experienced a dozen of years of continuous economic depression during the s, known as the lost decade, in which hyperinflation episodes were common.

    and Stylized Facts,” in Luiz de Mello, editor, Challenges to Fiscal Adjustment in Latin America (Paris: OECD, ), pp. 3. Ricardo Hausmann, “Good Credit Ratios, Bad Credit Ratings: The Role of Debt Structure,” in George Kopits, editor, Rules-Based Fiscal Policy in Emerging Markets (New York: Palgrave MacMillan, ), pp. 4. The Monetary and Fiscal History of Latin America The goal of this project is to better understand the causes of economic stagnation and decline in Latin America. The papers use a common conceptual framework and a comparable data set to narrate the economic histories of 11 Latin .

      3 Key Economic and Social Challenges for Latin America: Perspectives from Recent Studies David de Ferranti and Anthony J. Ody INTRODUCTION Over roughly the past decade and a .   Carlos Vegh and Guillermo Vuletin examine the circumstances in which fiscal deficits may be acceptable or even desirable, and analyze how Latin .


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Challenges to Fiscal Adjustment in Latin America by OECD. Published by : OECD Publishing Download PDF EPUB FB2

Considerable progress has been made by Latin America’s biggest economies in putting their finances in order, but numerous challenges remain.

Public spending needs to incorporate more flexibility. Challenges to fiscal adjustment in Latin America: the cases of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Mexico. [Luiz R de Mello; Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.;] -- This volume discusses progress made to date in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico in putting their finances in order and points out the challenges ahead.

Challenges to fiscal adjustment in Latin America: the cases of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico. [Luiz R de Mello; Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.;] -- This volume discusses progress made to date in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico in putting their finances in order and points out the challenges ahead.

Challenges to Fiscal Adjustment in Latin America: the Cases of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico. [Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.] -- This volume discusses progress made to date in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico in putting their finances in order and points out the challenges ahead.

Get this from a library. Challenges to fiscal adjustment in Latin America: the cases of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico.

[Luiz de Mello; Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development;] -- This volume discusses progress made to date in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico in putting their finances in order and points out the challenges ahead. The following excerpt summarises Chapter 3 of Challenges to Fiscal Adjustment in Latin America: The Cases of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico by Pablo E.

Guidotti (Universidad Torcuato di Tella), published on 22 February  The following excerpt summarises Chapter 1 of Challenges to Fiscal Adjustment in Latin America: The Cases of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico by Luiz de Mello and Nanno Mulder (OECD Economics Department), published on 22 February Challenges to Fiscal Adjustment in Latin America: The Cases of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico discusses fiscal performance and structural reform in the fiscal area.

The World Bank has pointed out that fiscal deficits and the increase in debt limit the options of using fiscal policy as a countercyclical tool at times when some consider it necessary. 24 For this reason, it is necessary to accelerate the process of fiscal adjustment in a large part of the LAC countries, taking precautions to maintain prudent.

Add to Calendar Asia/Kolkata Discussion on 'The End of the Golden Decade: Slow Growth, Fiscal Adjustment and Social Unrest in Latin America' Speaker: Martin Rama, Chief Economist for the Latin American and Caribbean region, World Bank Discussants: Partha Mukhopadhyay, Senior Fellow, Centre for Policy Research The full talk will be streamed live on CPR's.

Challenges to Fiscal Adjustment in Latin America The Cases of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico This volume discusses progress made to date in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico in putting their finances in order and points out the challenges ahead.

Unfortunately, with the highest overall fiscal deficit of any region of the world in (over 6% of GDP) this is a bit how it feels in Latin America and the Caribbean.

And like a tortuous ride to Dublin, fiscal adjustment started in and lower (primary) spending or higher revenues are expected to add an additional 2% of GDP to the fiscal.

Challenges to Fiscal Adjustment in Latin America: The Cases of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico discusses fiscal performance and structural reform in the fiscal area in these countries since the s.

This volume is based on the proceedings of a seminar organised by the Economics Department. Challenges to Fiscal Adjustment in Latin America The Cases of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico This volume discusses progress made to date in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico in putting their finances in order and points out the challenges by: 1.

Challenges to Fiscal Adjustment in Latin America: The Cases of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico - Executive Summary.

This volume discusses fiscal performance and structural reform in the fiscal area in Latin America since the s, with emphasis on Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico.

It is based on the proceedings of a seminar on fiscal adjustment in Latin America organised by the Economics. Latin America is facing an economic future characterised by low growth: according to the IMF, in growth will average % compared with % annually on average in the period This trend is the result of two negative shocks: falling commodity prices and a less favourable international financing environment for the region.

OECD's dissemination platform for all published content - books, serials and statisticsCited by: 1. Challenges to Fiscal Adjustment in Latin America The Cases of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico This volume discusses progress made to date in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico in putting their finances in order and points out the challenges ahead.

This volume examines the record of Latin American adjustment efforts and assesses the challenges that lie ahead. It examines the Washington consensus on how ten major policy instruments - including fiscal deficits, tax reform, exchange rates, and deregulation - should be used to address Latin America's current problems.

Ten country studies and accompanying commentaries assess public attitudes. The Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) region is expected to grow at a modest rate of percent in and percent in This slowdown in the region’s recovery is mainly explained by the crisis that started in Argentina in April, the growth slowdown in Brazil, and the continuing economic, social, and humanitarian collapse in.

Conclusions: Progress and challenges 20 Good news: Clear trend away from fiscal procyclicality Region now engages in gradual fiscal adjustments (as opposed to shock adjustments) Inflation outbursts of the past are no longer used to dilute real wages and social transfers Challenges: Immediate future: Continue gradual fiscal adjustment, while preserving social gains and.This report by the Office of the Chief Economist for Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) of the World Bank studies the region’s fiscal policies.

After reviewing LAC’s growth performance, Chapter 1 provides an accounting of its financing needs during the 21st Century to understand how such a diverse region ended up with fiscal deficits.more aware of the importance of fiscal stability to ensure future prosperity.2 Hence the challenge.

FOCUS • Latin America: the challenge of fiscal adjustment-4 -2 0 2 4 6 8 10 Uruguay Paraguay Bolivia Mexico El Salvador Costa Rica Venezuela Argentina Panama Peru Brazil Chile Suriname Colombia Trin.

& Tob. Belize Honduras Dominican Rep.