Economic Reforms in Chile: From Dictatorship to Democracy
Springer, 10 sep. 2010 - 306 páginas
This book provides an in-depth analysis of neo-liberal and progressive economic reforms and policies implemented in Chile since the Pinochet dictatorship. The core thesis of the book is that there is not just 'one Chilean economic model', but that several have been in force since the coup of 1973.
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actual GDP adjustment aggregate demand Agosin balance capital inflows central bank Chapter Chile Chilean economy Chilean exports CODELCO Concertación Consequently copper price counter-cyclical current account decades devaluation dynamism ECLAC economic activity economic growth effects employment equity estimates exchange rate appreciation exchange rate policy expansion expenditure external shocks factors Ffrench-Davis figures foreign exchange foreign exchange market funds GDP growth imbalances impact implemented implied import liberalization improvement income distribution increase inflation interest rates investment ratio labor Latin America loans macroeconomic macroeconomic policies ment monetary negative neoliberal nomic non-traditional exports official output gap period pesos Pinochet potential GDP poverty poverty line productive capacity productive frontier productive investment quintile real exchange rate recovery reduced reforms regime reserve requirement rise sector share sharp short-term significant SMEs social stability structural sustainable Table tariff terms of trade tion tradables trend value-added wages worsening