The Economies of Latin America: New Cliometric Data

By César Yáñez; Albert Carreras | Go to book overview
CONTENTS
List of Figures and Tablesix
List of Contributorsxi
Preface – César Yáñez and Albert Carreras1
Introduction: Latin American Economic Backwardness Revisited – César Yáñez and Albert Carreras7
1Expectations, Institutions and Economic Performance: Latin America and the Western European Periphery during the Twentieth Century – Albert Carreras19
2On the Accuracy of Latin American Trade Statistics: A Non-Parametric Test for 1925 – María del Mar Rubio and Mauricio Folchi41
3Latin America and Its Main Trade Partners, 1860–1930: Did the First World War Affect Geographical Patterns? – Marc Badia-Miró and Anna Carreras-Marín59
4The Structure of Latin American Investment in Equipment Goods during the Mature Period of the First Globalization – Xavier Tafunell69
5Factorial Distribution of Income in Latin America, 1950–2000: New Series from the National Account Data – Vicente Neira Barría83
6The Influence of the First World War on the Economies of Central America, 1900–29: An Analysis From a Foreign Trade Perspective – Frank Notten93
7Economic Modernization in Adverse Institutional Environments: The Cases of Cuba and Chile – César Yáñez105
8Capital Goods Imports, Machinery Investment and Economic Development in the Long Run: The Case of Chile – André A. Hofman and Cristián Ducoing119
9The Sugar Industry, the Forests and the Cuban Energy Transition, from the Eighteenth Century to the Mid-Twentieth Century – José Jofré González131
10Empirical Debate on Terms Of Trade and the Double Factorial Terms of Trade of Colombia, 1975–2006 – Santiago Colmenares147

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