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¿Que propicia las reformas? La oportunidad y el secuenciamiento de las reformas estructurales en América Latina

  • Eduardo Lora

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(Disponible en idioma inglés únicamente) La oleada de reformas estructurales en América Latina y otras regiones ha estimulado la publicación de un copioso cuerpo de obras teóricas sobre la economía política de la reforma, es decir, el estudio de las limitantes políticas que condicionan la oportunidad, la rapidez y el secuenciamiento de las reformas. En este trabajo se ponen a prueba algunas de las hipótesis vinculadas con esos modelos teóricos, empleándose un conjunto de indicadores de reforma estructural de aproximadamente 20 países latinoamericanos durante el período 1985-95. Aunque algunas de esas hipótesis cuentan con un apoyo considerable, no se puede explicar las reformas recientes en América Latina sin mejores teorías o bien mejores datos.

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