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Asegurar la estabilidad y el crecimiento en una región propensa a las sacudidas: los retos de políticas para América Latina

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  • Ricardo Hausmann
  • Michael Gavin

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(Disponible en idioma inglés únicamente) ¿Cuáles son los motivos y los costos de la inestabilidad en América Latina? Debido a que no existe el consenso sobre estas cuestiones fundamentales, no hay consenso sobre la respuesta más apropiada a la inestabilidad macroeconómica en América Latina y en países propensos a las sacudidas de otras regiones. Se presentan nuevos elementos de juicio sobre estos aspectos contenciosos y se tratan las implicaciones de políticas para la región.

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  • Ricardo Hausmann & Michael Gavin, 1996. "Asegurar la estabilidad y el crecimiento en una región propensa a las sacudidas: los retos de políticas para América Latina," Research Department Publications 4021, Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department.
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