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e-Book Trade and Poverty in Latin America download

by Paolo Giordano

ISBN: 1597820997
ISBN13: 978-1597820998
Language: English
Publisher: Inter-American Development Bank; First Edition edition (December 18, 2009)
Pages: 367
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Understanding the complex relations between trade integration and poverty reduction is now a priority for Latin American policymakers

Understanding the complex relations between trade integration and poverty reduction is now a priority for Latin American policymakers. The chapters of this book, penned by eminent authors with a long-standing record in the field, represent the current state of knowledge about trade and poverty and offer contrasting points of view about whether freer trade can reduce poverty in Latin America. One of the main lessons extracted from the book is that preexisting policies and socioeconomc conditions play a key role in determining how trade integration affects poverty. Because transmission channels.

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Wealth inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean refers to economic discrepancies among people of the region. Wealth inequality remains a serious issue despite strong economic growth and improved social indicators observed over the past decade

Wealth inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean refers to economic discrepancies among people of the region. Wealth inequality remains a serious issue despite strong economic growth and improved social indicators observed over the past decade. A report release in 2013 by the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs entitled Inequality Matters.

This book studies chronic poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean. Before delving into the drivers of chronic poverty and their implications for policy, we discuss five stylized facts that largely characterize chronic poverty in the region. LEFT BEHIND Chronic Poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Trade Liberalization, Inequality and Poverty Reduction in Latin America. Trade liberalization in the late eighties and early nineties in Latin America was accompanied by increases in skill premiums and wage inequality, and in several countries in overall income inequality, a result unexpected by many. Further, as shown in the paper, observed effects on poverty varied widely across countries where wage and income inequality increased or remained essentially unchanged.

Poverty in Latin America has got worse with globalization. The biggest characteristic of poverty in Latin America is inequality. Inequalities have increased everywhere and caused social programs to flourish as a response.

Poverty Nexus in Latin America. Paolo Giordano and Kun Li Inter-American Development Bank. Despite the growing political priority given to making trade work for the majority in Latin America, a notable gap exists in the knowledge about the distributive impacts of trade integration.

Understanding the complex relations between trade integration and poverty reduction is now a priority for Latin American policymakers. Understanding the complex relations between trade integration and poverty reduction is now a priority for Latin American policymakers.

Series: Thematic Studies in Latin America.

Understanding the complex relations between trade integration and poverty reduction is now a priority for Latin American policymakers. The chapters of this book, penned by eminent authors with a long-standing record in the field, represent the current state of knowledge about trade and poverty and offer contrasting points of view about whether freer trade can reduce poverty in Latin America. One of the main lessons extracted from the book is that preexisting policies and socioeconomc conditions play a key role in determining how trade integration affects poverty. Because transmission channels are complex and highly contextualized, policymakers are urged to adopt complementary policies tailored to their countries' circumstances in order to ensure an equitable distribution of the gains from trade.
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