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eBook Economic Growth in the 1990s: Learning from a Decade of Reform (Lessons from Experience) download ISBN: 0821360434
Author: World Bank
Publisher: World Bank Publications (April 1, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 364
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They draw lessons both from a policy and institutional perspective and from the . 2005 This item appears in the following Collection(s).

They draw lessons both from a policy and institutional perspective and from the perspective of country experiences about how reforms in each policy and institutional area have affected growth. Economic Growth in the 1990s : Learning from a Decade of Reform. Washington, DC: World Bank. This item appears in the following Collection(s). Users also downloaded. Toward Universal Health Coverage and Equity in Latin America and the Caribbean : Evidence from Selected Countries.

This book is part of a larger effort undertaken by the World Bank to understand the .

This book is part of a larger effort undertaken by the World Bank to understand the development experience of the 1990s, an extraordinary eventful decade. This volume, Economic Growth in the 1990s: Learning from a Decade of Reform, provides comprehensive analysis of the decade¡¦s development experience and examines the impact of key policy and institutional reforms of growth.

We find no evidence that World Bank reforms improved economic growth rates in the post-reform (1999–2009) period. Our findings are robust to changes in model specifications and estimation techniques. Each of the project's three volumes serves a different purpose. This volume, 'Economic Growth in the 1990s: Learning from a Decade of Reform', provides comprehensive analysis of the decade's development experience and examines the impact of key policy and institutional reforms of growth. They draw lessons both from a policy and institutional perspective and from the perspective of country experiences about how reforms in each policy and institutional area have affected growth.

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Lessons from the 1990s Motivation: Despite all these reforms, very Uneven Responses:, No set formula of.Unrealistic expectations Trade reforms not a panacea : many countries in the 1990s did not experience higher growth following trade reforms.

Lessons from the 1990s Motivation: Despite all these reforms, very Uneven Responses:, No set formula of success: China, India, Vietnam, Chile, Indonesia, Botswana, Growth below expectations in AFR & LAC, despite reform (Bolivia, Malawi, El Salvador, Brazil), Length and depth of recessions in former communist countries, and uneven recovery, Multiple financial crises: Mexico 1994, EAP 1997, Russia & Brazil 1998, Turkey 2001, Argentina 2002.

This book is part of a larger effort undertaken by the World Bank to understand the development experience of. Each of the projectA?A¦s three volumes serves a different purpose. Development Challenges in the 1990s: Leading Policymakers Speak from Experience offers insights on the practical concerns faced by policymakers, while At the Frontlines of Development: Reflections from the World Bank considers the operational implications of the decade for the World Bank as an institution.

The experience of the 1990s shows that the Fed was too quick in raising interest . Conclusion The 1990s offer four important lessons for sustainable long-term growth.

The experience of the 1990s shows that the Fed was too quick in raising interest rates absent of any evidence of increased inflationary pressures. Without a change in the priorities of the Fed, a major piece of the macroeconomic policy puzzle will be missing.

This book is part of a larger effort undertaken by the World Bank to understand the development experience of the 1990s, an extraordinary eventful decade. Each of the project's three volumes serves a different purpose. 'Development Challenges in the 1990s: Leading Policymakers Speak from Experience' offers insights on the practical concerns faced by policymakers, while 'At the Frontlines of Development: Reflections from the World Bank' considers the operational implications of the decade for the World Bank as an institution. This volume, 'Economic Growth in the 1990s: Learning from a Decade of Reform', provides comprehensive analysis of the decade's development experience and examines the impact of key policy and institutional reforms of growth.'Economic Growth in the 1990s' confirms and builds on the conclusions of an earlier World Bank book, 'The East Asian Miracle' (1993), which reviewed experiences of highly successful East Asian economies. It confirms the importance of growth of fundamental principles: macro stability, market forces governing the allocation of resources, openness, and the sharing of the benefits of growth. At the same time, it echoes the finding that these principles translate into diverse policy and institutional paths, implying the economic policies and policy advice must be country-specific and institutional-sensitive if they are to be effective.The authors examine the impact of growth of key policy and institutional reforms: macroeconomic stabilization, trade liberalization, deregulation of finance, privatization, deregulation of utilities, modernization of the public sector with a view to increasing its effectiveness and accountability, and the spread of democracy and decentralization. They draw lessons both from a policy and institutional perspective and from the perspective of country experiences about how reforms in each policy and institutional area have affected growth.