Emerging Capital Markets and Globalization: The Latin American Experience

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Acknowledgments

This book is part of the regional study “Whither Latin American Capital Markets?” conducted at the Latin America and Caribbean Region of the World Bank, under the Office of the Chief Economist and the Financial Sector Unit. We are particularly indebted to Francisco Ceballos, Norbert Fiess, Juan Carlos Gozzi, and Marina Halac, who actively participated in the production of this book and the overall regional study. We also thank Leonor Coutinho and Jurgen Janssens, who helped us in the initial stages of the project. Many authors wrote background papers for the mentioned regional study that are, as a result, incorporated in this book in one way or another. Those papers appear at the regional study's Web site at http://www.worldbank.org/laccapitalmarkets. We are grateful to Guillermo Perry, who encouraged us to undertake the research, disseminate its results, and publish this book, and who provided constructive feedback throughout the entire process. For facilitating the dialogue with financial sector practitioners and for financial support to produce this book we are deeply indebted to Makhtar Diop. For their detailed and useful comments and suggestions, we would also like to thank Christian Broda, Jerry Caprio, Juan José Cruces, Francisco de Paula Gutiérrez, Arturo Galindo, Michael Gavin, Tom Glaessner, Claudio Irigoyen, Miguel Kiguel, Yambeon Kim, Leora Klapper, Anjali Kumar, Jeppe Ladekarl, Danny Leipziger, Giovanni Majnoni, Santiago Pombo, Michael Pomerleano, Luis Servén, Dimitri Vittas, and Sara Zervos, among many others. Dana Vorisek provided excellent editorial assistance. We have also benefited from feedback received at presentations held at the Banco de Mexico (Mexico City, Mexico), the Capital Markets Symposium (Medellin, Colombia), the Central Bank of Chile (Santiago, Chile), the GDN Annual Conference (New Delhi, India), the European Science Foundation Exploratory Workshop at Oxford Uni-

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Latin American Development Forum Series v
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword xi
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • About the Authors xvii
  • Abbreviations xviii
  • 1: Whither Capital Market Development? 1
  • 2: Developments in Capital Markets 25
  • 3: Factors Behind the Development and Internationalization of Capital Markets 83
  • 4: Whither the Reform Agenda? 139
  • Endnotes 167
  • References 185
  • Index 203
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