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El tamaño del estado y su impacto redistributivo en América Latina

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  • Ocampo, José Antonio
  • Malagón, Jonathan

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Este ensayo analiza la evolución del gasto público en América Latina a lo largo de las dos últimas décadas, y ofrece como referencia una perspectiva de más larga duración cuando la disponibilidad de estadísticas lo permite. Utiliza con tal propósito distintas fuentes de información, aunque mayoritariamente de la CEPAL. La tarea no resulta fácil porque la información disponible de diferentes fuentes no es necesariamente consistente entre sí y presenta grandes vacíos, particularmente en relación con el alcance de las empresas públicas y, por ende, a la estimación del gasto público consolidado.

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  • Ocampo, José Antonio & Malagón, Jonathan, 2011. "El tamaño del estado y su impacto redistributivo en América Latina," Research Department working papers 226, CAF Development Bank Of Latinamerica.
  • Handle: RePEc:dbl:dblwop:226
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    1. Martha Elena Delgado-Rojas & Hernán Rincón-Castro, 2017. "Incertidumbre acerca de la política fiscal y ciclo económico," Borradores de Economia 1008, Banco de la Republica de Colombia.
    2. Anatilde Salerno, 2017. "El Impacto Redistributivo del Gasto Social en Argentina (2003-2015): Una Herramienta para Evaluar las Politicas Publicas de Asignacion Social," Commitment to Equity (CEQ) Working Paper Series 79, Tulane University, Department of Economics.
    3. Diego Pinilla & Juan de Dios Jiménez & Roberto Montero, 2013. "Dimensión del Estado y descentralización fiscal. Elementos para el debate desde la experiencia reciente de América Latina," Revista de Economía del Rosario, Universidad del Rosario, June.

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