Cuanto Explican las Reformas y la Calidad de las Instituciones el Crecimiento Chileno? Una Comparación Internacional
The main goal of the present paper is to evaluate the sources of growth in Chile and the world over the last decades, but stressing the role of complementarities in economic policies. Hence, we evaluate the growth determinants for a sample of 28 countries with information over the 1970-2000 period. In contrast to Gallego and Loayza (2002), we test directly the existence of complementarities between trade and financial liberalization policies with: a) the initial conditions of the economy, b) human capital policies, and c) the level of institutions.
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