Book

Vox eBooks

Latin America: The Post-Pandemic Decade. Conversations with 16 Latin American Economists

For governments in the Latin America region, the Covid-19 crisis has compounded a series of pre-existing social, economic and health issues which has heaped further pressure on already strained governmental systems. This eBook brings together leading Latin American researchers and policymakers to discuss the sizeable challenges ahead and map out policy options for a sustainable, equitable and stable future for the region.

Latin America.pdf

PDF document / 3.5 MB

Citation

Goldfajn, I and E Levy Yeyati (eds), Latin America: The Post-Pandemic Decade. Conversations with 16 Latin American Economists, CEPR Press, London. https://cepr.org/chapters/latin-american-pandemic

Citation

Alfaro, L (eds), Latin America: The Post-Pandemic Decade. Conversations with 16 Latin American Economists, CEPR Press, London. https://cepr.org/chapters/pandemic-can-be-used-cover-wasteful-spending

Citation

Chang, R (eds), Latin America: The Post-Pandemic Decade. Conversations with 16 Latin American Economists, CEPR Press, London. https://cepr.org/chapters/qe-advanced-economies-does-not-provide-convincing-argument-monetary-financing-emerging

Citation

De Gregorio, J (eds), Latin America: The Post-Pandemic Decade. Conversations with 16 Latin American Economists, CEPR Press, London. https://cepr.org/chapters/even-moderate-increases-interest-rates-may-be-cause-concern-fiscal-sustainability

Citation

Sturzenegger, F (eds), Latin America: The Post-Pandemic Decade. Conversations with 16 Latin American Economists, CEPR Press, London. https://cepr.org/chapters/good-results-are-best-guarantee-central-bank-independence

Citation

Cardenas, M (eds), Latin America: The Post-Pandemic Decade. Conversations with 16 Latin American Economists, CEPR Press, London. https://cepr.org/chapters/evidence-suggests-inequality-and-low-productivity-growth-are-intertwined

Citation

Eslava, M (eds), Latin America: The Post-Pandemic Decade. Conversations with 16 Latin American Economists, CEPR Press, London. https://cepr.org/chapters/social-discontent-can-be-easily-mobilised-immobilise-public-policy

Citation

Hausmann, R (eds), Latin America: The Post-Pandemic Decade. Conversations with 16 Latin American Economists, CEPR Press, London. https://cepr.org/chapters/lack-progress-cannot-be-solved-redistributive-strategy

Citation

Valdés, R (eds), Latin America: The Post-Pandemic Decade. Conversations with 16 Latin American Economists, CEPR Press, London. https://cepr.org/chapters/i-have-strong-doubts-about-possibility-having-successful-industrial-policies-region

Citation

Werner, A (eds), Latin America: The Post-Pandemic Decade. Conversations with 16 Latin American Economists, CEPR Press, London. https://cepr.org/chapters/international-financial-community-should-rethink-its-risk-tolerance

Citation

Ferreira, F (eds), Latin America: The Post-Pandemic Decade. Conversations with 16 Latin American Economists, CEPR Press, London. https://cepr.org/chapters/pandemic-packed-triple-inequality-increasing-punch

Citation

Lustig, N (eds), Latin America: The Post-Pandemic Decade. Conversations with 16 Latin American Economists, CEPR Press, London. https://cepr.org/chapters/replacing-existing-targeted-programmes-ubi-would-leave-poor-worse

Citation

Velasco, A (eds), Latin America: The Post-Pandemic Decade. Conversations with 16 Latin American Economists, CEPR Press, London. https://cepr.org/chapters/colombia-peru-and-chile-are-entering-populist-phase-which-it-will-not-be-easy-escape