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Chile : Recent policy lessons and emerging challenges (Inglês)

This volume focuses on lessons learned in Chile - its successes and failures - and in the process examines policy issues that must be addressed in the future. It presents a series of papers analyzing different aspects of Chilean public policy. The pervasive theme is that Chilean policymakers managed more frequently than not to "get it right," and in doing so, they set institutional examples of good public policy. The chapters cover: the contribution of macroeconomic policies to superior outcomes; social policy as it deals with education, health, poverty mitigation, and income distribution; and governance, covering deregulation and privatization of utilities, development lessons, as well as the political economy. The book highlights the critical role played by institutions in the outstanding performance of Chile's economy.


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    Perry, Guillermo Leipziger, Danny M. [editors]

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    América Latina e Caribe,

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    Chile : Recent policy lessons and emerging challenges

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    economic and social policy;current account balance;real effective exchange rate;real exchange rate stability;prudential regulation and supervision;gross domestic investment;gross national saving;high levels of concentration;policy and structural reform;terms of trade;exchange rate policy;Exchange rate policies;Rule of Law;short-term capital inflows;current account deficit;social security reform;policy and institution;savings and investment;deposit money bank;short-term interest rate;education and health;reduction in poverty;open market operation;quality of public;interbank interest rate;private capital inflow;process of adjustment;real interest rate;gdp growth rate;interest rate change;decline in inflation;variance decomposition analysis;rate of change;Public Financial Management;public sector liability;total export revenue;reduction of income;gross domestic product;corruption in government;Social Safety Nets;behavior of organizations;asset price bubble;degree of inequality;ministries of finance;health and nutrition;decentralization in government;purchasing power parity;years of schooling;improvements in efficiency;public sector efficiency;economically active population;senior government official;high inequality level;access to health;autonomous regulatory agencies;national saving rate;development of banking;capital market development;stock market index;stock market development;system Financial;rate of growth;banking crisis management;consumer price index;capital market regulation;annual inflation rate;balance of payment;mexican peso crisis;debt management policy;export market development;high growth rate;tight monetary policy;educational classroom use;economic policy analysis;success and failure;decentralization of government;public sector reform;public policy;Stabilization policies;copper price;Macroeconomic Policy;fiscal policy;Fiscal policies;fiscal surplus;economic reform;principal component;exogenous shock;budgetary institution;Political Economy;Exchange Rates;external environment;social policies;banking system;Public Utilities;gradual decline;weighted average;institutional index;macroeconomic performance;asian crisis;pension system;bureaucratic delay;incentive structure;exogenous factor;nationalization risk;expropriation risk;driving force;monetary aggregate;percent change;relative price;high capital;Tax Reform;market concentration;income inequality;international competitiveness;transportation cost;trade intensity;capital control;market capitalization;turnover ratio;inflationary pressure;policy variable;fiscal cost;educational system;health indicator;fiscal result;expenditure health;pilot program;school fee;educational sector;statistical model;external competitiveness;chilean peso;municipal control;public resource;real value;targeted program;Private School;fiscal revenue;banking collapse;executive branch;policy shock;macroeconomic dynamic;macroeconomic variable;political consensus;oil import;pension reform;worsened poverty;adverse selection;tax authority;tax authorities;broad consensus;net enrollment;equity reasons;contract enforceability;econometric technique;inflation target;fiscal outcome;student enrollment;Infant Mortality;heavy burden;inflation targeting;secondary market;fiscal institution;identification approach;severe problems;investment analysis;severe recession;commercial bank;research assistance;fiscal balance;privatization program;economic integration;trading partner;natural tendency;fiscal tightening;financial depth;empirical evidence;constant price;governance issue;analytical skill;market solution;target social;financial indicator;train activity;pension policy;Boosting Growth;Economic Management;economic crisis;fiscal authority;curbing corruption;insider control;moral hazard;fiscal objective;real appreciation;real income;social progress;private interest;fiscal account;reaction function;crisis resolution;persistent poverty;low-income housing;empirical regularity;macroeconomic model;financial vulnerability



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