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La reforma de las instituciones fiscales en América Latina

  • Eduardo Lora


  • Mauricio Cardenas

Déficits fiscales que en promedio son apenas 1,4% del PIB, coeficientes de endeudamiento a la baja, cancelaciones anticipadas de las deudas con el Fondo Monetario Internacional y recompras masivas de los títulos Brady, que hace quince años fueron la última tabla de salvación para los gobiernos endeudados en exceso. Esto no parece América Latina, la región del mundo con la mayor tradición de inestabilidad macroeconómica y la historia más larga de incumplimientos de deuda pública. Sin embargo, estos son algunos de los eventos fiscales que están ocurriendo hacia comienzos de 2006, en un momento especialmente favorable para la región.

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Paper provided by Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department in its series Research Department Publications with number 4458.

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