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Una década de reformas estructurales en América Latina: ¿Qué se ha reformado y cómo cuantificarlo?

  • Eduardo Lora

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(Disponible en idioma inglés únicamente) Durante la última década, las políticas de reforma estructural de la región han sido dirigidas cada vez más a mejorar la eficiencia económica y reducir la interferencia del gobierno en las decisiones económicas. Los efectos de este cambio todavía no han sido evaluados precisamente, debido a la falta de mediciones sistemáticas de la magnitud de las reformas estructurales. El objetivo de este documento es resumir las características más sobresalientes del proceso de reforma durante la última década y proponer un método para cuantificar el estado de las políticas estructurales.

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