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La ruta hacia el crecimiento sostenible en la República Dominicana: Fiscalidad, competitividad, institucionalidad y electricidad

Listed editor(s):
  • Manuel R. Agosin
  • Osmel Manzano
  • Rafael Rodríguez-Balza
  • Ernesto H. Stein
Registered editor(s):
Listed author(s):
  • Manuel R. Agosin
  • Ernesto H. Stein
  • Rolando M. Guzmán
  • Rodrigo Vergara
  • Igor Zuccardi
  • Alberto Daniel Barreix
  • Jerónimo Roca
  • Daniel Artana
  • Juan Luis Bour
  • Monica Panadeiros
  • Gilberto Chona
  • Carlos R. Pineda Mannheim
  • Osmel Manzano
  • Ana María Cuesta
  • Ziga Vodusek
  • Jaime Granados
  • Fabrizio Opertti
  • Pablo A. Illarieti C.
  • Mario Gutiérrez Rocha
  • Jorge de Vicente
  • Eduardo Zegarra
  • Carlos Rufín
  • Rafael Rodríguez-Balza
  • Laura Ripani
  • Dimitris Mavridis
  • Armando Godínez
  • Mariana Alfonso
  • Andrew Schrank
  • Gustavo Beliz
  • Karelia Villa
  • Rosina Estol Peixoto

Esta obra es una publicación elaborada por el Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo para el diálogo de políticas con las autoridades de la República Dominicana. El objetivo de este trabajo consiste en contribuir a la profundización del análisis de algunos de los temas que integran la agenda de desarrollo, con miras a promover el diálogo y la búsqueda de soluciones a los principales retos que actualmente enfrenta el país. En la fiscalidad, competitividad, electricidad e institucionalidad se concentran las acciones de política económica prioritarias, de allí que constituyan los ejes integradores del análisis presentado en esta obra. En esencia, se plantea que realizar reformas en estas áreas permitirá al país mantener la estabilidad macroeconómica, acelerar la reducción de la pobreza, profundizar su inserción competitiva al mundo globalizado y mejorar el funcionamiento de sus instituciones.

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