2 edition of Financing the public sector in Latin America found in the catalog.
Financing the public sector in Latin America
JosГ© Carlos de Souza Braga
by United Nations Conference on Trade and Development in Geneva
Written in English
|Statement||J.C. de Souza Braga, M.A. Macedo Clintra, Sulamis Dain.|
|Series||Discussion papers -- no.102, Discussion papers (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development) -- no. 102.|
|Contributions||Cintra, M. A. Macedo, Dain, Sulamis., United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.|
|LC Classifications||HJ799.52 .B73 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 56 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Richard W. Tresch, in Public Finance (Third Edition), Public sector economics has traditionally concerned itself only with the most extreme example of decreasing cost, in which a single firm's average cost declines all the way to total market demand. This is referred to as a natural monopoly, because a single firm can supply the entire industry output most cheaply. The book is divided into four sections, with examples drawn from Africa, Latin America and Asia. Chapters describe case-studies on the regulation of private health providers. Chapters 4 and 5 deal with the contribution of private providers to public health goals, such as the management of sexually transmitted infections.
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finance public sector borrowing in emerging markets, notably in Latin America. Sovereign lending in the s and early s played an instrumental part. Our Latin American team assists clients throughout the world by providing both outbound and inbound legal and public policy services to and from Latin America.
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From toLatin America achieved a growth rate higher than most other regions in the world and even achieved a relatively high per capita growth rate, despite a rate of population growth of over % per year.
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The new LATC publication “Current Financing Mechanisms for Audiovisual Content in Latin America” (Mecanismos Actuales de Financiación de Contenidos Audiovisuales en Latinoamérica) is designed to aid professional producers throughout Latin America in seeking public and private-sector financing for their projects, and also to serve as a.
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The concept of the informal sector thus became conventional wisdom for Latin America from the s and s, as scholars sought to understand its dynamic and rationale, 3 and as policy makers sought to figure out the most more appropriate (and sometimes sensitive) responses to low-income self-employment such as street sellers and itinerants Author: Peter M.
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Website of the Directorate for Public Governance at the OECD, a source of policy solutions, data, expertise and good practice., This second edition of Government at a Glance: Latin America and the Caribbean provides the latest available data on public administrations in the LAC region and compares it to OECD countries.
It contains new indicators on public finances, centres of. On J the Brookings-CERES Economic and Social Policy in Latin America Initiative (ESPLA) hosted a discussion on the role of public financing and taxation in promoting development and social Start Date: American University International Law Review Volume 13|Issue 4 Article 1 Financing Sources for Trade & Investment in Latin America A.
Martin Erim. Household Spending and Impoverishment, Volume 1 of the Financing Health in Latin America Series, at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, the Demography Department of financing policies of the health sector. He advises banks, development agencies.
The paper also analyses ways to improve the rural credit systems in Latin America. New private sources and mechanisms are needed as public sector funding is falling short of the financing demands for forestry development and conservation. As hundreds of leaders meet in Medellín for the World Economic Forum on Latin America, here are some of the top economic and finance issues they’ll be discussing.
Growth and investment outlook in Latin America’s “new normal”. THE OPPORTUNITY FOR LENDING IN LATIN AMERICA S DRIVING THE DEMAND FOR BILATERAL AND SYNDICATED OANS IN LATIN AMERICA. I L While the U.S., Europe and other parts of the world have been beleaguered by an economic downturn sinceLatin America has gone from strength to strength.
To this end, global. sources, a model is developed to test the theory that the principle cause of low tax effort in Latin America is the result of weakness in the governmental sector.
The model finds that a country’s strength and capacity are correlated with its ability to collect tax revenue. Keywords: Latin America, public finance, taxation.IFC’s Portfolio in Latin America LAC FY18 Outstanding Portfolio by Country LAC FY18 Outstanding Portfolio by Sector • LAC’s portfolio represents 22% of IFC’s total portfolio.
• LAC’s committed total portfolio in FY19 was $ billion • In FY 18, IFC committed a total of $5 billion in new projects* 16 Brazil % Colombia %.Modern Monetary Theory: Cautionary Tales from Latin America Sebastian Edwards* Economics Working Paper HOOVER INSTITUTION GALVEZ MALL STANFORD UNIVERSITY STANFORD, CA Ap According to Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) it is possible to use expansive monetary policy – money creation by the central bank (i.e.