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El ahorro en Chile: ¿Qué salió bien?

  • Felipe G. Morandé

(Disponible en idioma inglés únicamente) Algunos analistas consideran a China como la única economía latinoamericana que se puede describir como bien encaminada o en desarrollo. En cierto sentido, el perdurable éxito de Chile y su comprobado aislamiento del efecto tequila se deben a su elevado nivel de ahorro interno. ¿A qué se debe que el nivel de ahorro en Chile sea tan elevado? ¿Qué políticas claves se han aplicado? ¿Tienen algo que ver las reformas estructurales y la apertura de finales de los años 70 y los 80? Se procura desenredar empíricamente algunos de los rompecabezas con datos históricos que cubran el período de 1960 a 1995.

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Paper provided by Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department in its series Research Department Publications with number 4031.

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