Beyond Tradeoffs: Market Reforms and Equitable Growth in Latin America

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BEYOND TRADEOFFS

Market Reforms and Equitable Growth in Latin America

Nancy Birdsall, Carol Graham, and Richard H. Sabot Editors

Inter-American Development Bank Brookings Institution Press 1998

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Table of Contents iii
  • Foreword v
  • Chapter One - Virtuous Circles in Latin America's Second Stage of Reforms 1
  • References. 25
  • Chapter Two - Kinds and Causes of Inequality in Latin America 29
  • Endnotes 54
  • References 56
  • Chapter Three - Structural Reforms and Equity 63
  • Endnotes 87
  • References 88
  • Chapter Four - Growth with Equity; the Volatility Connection 91
  • Conclusion 104
  • Endnotes 105
  • References 107
  • Chapter Five - No Tradeoff: Efficient Growth Via More Equal Human Capital Accumulation 111
  • Endnotes 141
  • References 143
  • Chapter Six - Inequality-Reducing Growth in Agriculture: A Market-Friendly Policy Agenda 147
  • Endnotes 176
  • References 179
  • Chapter Seven - Economic Policy and Labor Market Dynamics 183
  • Endnotes 205
  • References 210
  • Chapter Eight Equity Benefits from Financial Market Reforms 213
  • Supply and Demand for Banking Products 250
  • References 252
  • Chapter Nine Pension Reform: An Efficiency-Equity Tradeoff? 253
  • Conclusion 270
  • References 272
  • Chapter Ten Reforming Former Public Monopolies: Water Supply 273
  • Conclusion 297
  • Endnotes 298
  • References 302
  • Chapter Eleven Inequality and Growth: Implications for Public Finance and Lessons from Experience in the United States 305
  • Conclusion 313
  • Endnotes 315
  • References 318
  • Chapter Twelve the Political Economy of Institutional Reform in Latin America 321
  • Appendix: Approaches to the Study of Institutions 343
  • Endnotes 352
  • References 360
  • List of Authors 363
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