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Inestabilidad y desigualdad: La vulnerabilidad del crecimiento en América Latina y el Caribe

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Este libro representa un nuevo aporte al análisis de los desafíos de desarrollo de América Latina y el Caribe y al planteamiento de opciones de políticas para enfrentarlos. En los últimos 30 años, América Latina y el Caribe ha transitado por períodos de luces y sombras, durante los cuales ha encarado graves crisis económicas, lentas recuperaciones y etapas de auge y de fuertes transformaciones, asociadas a ritmos variables de crecimiento, que responden en gran medida a los profundos cambios de la economía mundial y a una mayor vulnerabilidad de la región frente al contexto externo. Debido a que un crecimiento económico elevado y sostenido desempeña un papel clave para avanzar en la línea de un desarrollo inclusivo y sustentable en el tiempo, los capítulos de este libro se centran en las características del crecimiento económico a lo largo de las últimas tres décadas, sus pautas e implicaciones. Más específicamente, se analizan las causas de la gran volatilidad, el papel que cumple la inversión en el crecimiento, la evolución de la productividad, el papel del comercio internacional en un crecimiento inclusivo, el desempeño de los mercados laborales, los avances y retos de la inclusión social y la incidencia de la política fiscal en el manejo del ciclo económico y el fomento del crecimiento.

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  • -, 2014. "Inestabilidad y desigualdad: La vulnerabilidad del crecimiento en América Latina y el Caribe," Libros de la CEPAL, Naciones Unidas Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL), number 128 edited by Cepal.
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