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by Eduardo Conesa

eBook The Argentine Economy Policy Reform for Development download ISBN: 0819174106
Author: Eduardo Conesa
Publisher: University Press Of America (October 1, 1989)
Language: English
Pages: 124
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Social Sciences

The Argentine Economy book.

The Argentine Economy book. Thus, after 1930 (and particularly after World War II), The decay of Argentina remains the puzzle of the last 50 years of international development. This book explains why the decay, and, more important, how to reverse it.

Eduardo Wiesner's book makes an important contribution to the understanding of development by blending together the interdependent issues of macroeconomic performance and volatility, equity and distributive justice, fiscal deficits and the redistributive effectiveness of social.

Eduardo Wiesner's book makes an important contribution to the understanding of development by blending together the interdependent issues of macroeconomic performance and volatility, equity and distributive justice, fiscal deficits and the redistributive effectiveness of social public expenditures and the demand for the 'right' institutions and for policy reform in Latin America.

In the 1991-97 period the Argentine economy grew . percent a year (on . percent a year (on average), a performance second only to Chile's within Latin America. Most important, Argentines themselves relished this new combination of low inflation and strong, if erratic, growth. The Argentine experience with market-oriented reforms has been regarded by the literature as a salient case of radical and 'unconstrained' reform. One reason for credibility problems is the doubt regarding how serious the government really is about the reform.

The Argentine economy has extraordinary potential, but economic policies have held back performance, Mr Pereira said

The Argentine economy has extraordinary potential, but economic policies have held back performance, Mr Pereira said. The severe economic crisis that unfolded during 2018 has pushed the economy into a deep recession, which requires immediate action to restore confidence and unwind significant fiscal and external imbalances. Looking ahead, the priority will be to speed up the reform process while ensuring that policies are in place to protect the most vulnerable groups and enable a return to stronger and more inclusive growth.

The economy of Argentina is an upper middle-income economy for fiscal year 2019 according to the World Bank. It is the second-largest in South America behind Brazil

The economy of Argentina is an upper middle-income economy for fiscal year 2019 according to the World Bank. It is the second-largest in South America behind Brazil.

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Eduardo Wiesner’s book makes an important contribution to the understanding of development by blending together the interdependent issues of (i) macroeconomic performance and volatility, (ii) equity and distributive.

Eduardo Wiesner’s book makes an important contribution to the understanding of development by blending together the interdependent issues of (i) macroeconomic performance and volatility, (ii) equity and distributive justice, (iii) fiscal deficits and the redistributive effectiveness of social public expenditures, and (iv) the demand for the ‘right’ institutions and for policy reform in Latin America. Eduardo Wiesner, 2008. The Political Economy of Macroeconomic Policy Reform in Latin America," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 12913. Handle: RePEc:elg:eebook:12913.

The decay of Argentina remains the puzzle of the last 50 years of international development. This book explains why the decay, and, more important, how to reverse it. Conesa emphasizes the country's lack of institutions to channel the talents of the Argentine people to public administration and government in general. Thus, after 1930 (and particularly after World War II), agricultural protectionism reigned in international trade, while trade in manufactures became increasingly free all over the western world. Argentina, a country extremely well endowed for agricultural production, has not adapted its economic system and incentives to the new world economic conditions of recent decades. This book argues that it is not too late to institute reforms that could strengthen the Argentine economy, allowing the country to grow and to pay the interest of its external debt simultaneously. Contents: 1. Post-1930 Economic Stagnation; 2. The Constraints Imposed by International Agricultura Protectionism; 3. The Exchange Rate Policy; 4. Government Finances and the Exchange Rate; 5. Inflation, Monetary Policy, and External Debt; 6. Long-Term Development and Latin American Integration. Co-published with the Center for International Affairs, Harvard University.