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¿Por qué poca desigualdad fomenta el crecimiento: el ahorro y la inversión de los pobres

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  • Nancy Birdsall
  • Thomas C. Pinckney
  • Richard H. Sabot

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(Disponible en idioma inglés únicamente) En este trabajo se tratan las maneras en que los acontecimientos macroeconómicos pueden presionar a los bancos y, en casos extremos, conducir a crisis bancarias. Esto puede ocurrir de muchas maneras y no se trata ningún mecanismo específico. Estas causas macroeconómicas de la vulnerabilidad y las crisis de los bancos tienen implicaciones importantes para los regímenes regulatorios y para la política macroeconómica misma. Buena parte del análisis hace hincapié en la necesidad de fijar la política monetaria teniendo en mente la situación del sistema bancario nacional.

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  • Nancy Birdsall & Thomas C. Pinckney & Richard H. Sabot, 1996. "¿Por qué poca desigualdad fomenta el crecimiento: el ahorro y la inversión de los pobres," Research Department Publications 4035, Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department.
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