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Latin American Economic Outlook 2009 (Oecd Development Centre) download ebook
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9264039171
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978-9264039179
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OECD OCDE
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OECD Publishing (October 28, 2008)
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200 pages
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The OECD experience in areas where public spending contributes to development, such as education, shows that there is not necessarily a trade-off between performance quality and equity. Nevertheless, the policies that matter most for student learning are often under-emphasised in Latin America.

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Latin American Economic Outlook. OECD Development Centre. An annual publication of the OECD Development Center, the Latin American Economic Outlook provides original information and comparative indicators on key issues affecting the region's development.

Latin American Economic Outlook. The OECD formulates recommendations for action and highlights best practices, placing its skills and its rigorous analysis at the service of development in Latin America.

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The OECD Development Centre has done an outstanding report. This is the core message of the OECD Latin American Economic Outlook 2009, a most helpful and timely contribution to the policy debate in Latin America. Fiscal policy is an axis of the social contract and a key tool in economic and social development. Augusto de la Torre, Chief Economist for Latin America & the Caribbean Region World Bank.

The OECD Development Centre was established in 1961 as an independent platform for knowledge sharing and policy dialogue between Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development member countries and developing economies, allowing these countrie.

The OECD Development Centre was established in 1961 as an independent platform for knowledge sharing and policy dialogue between Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development member countries and developing economies, allowing these countries to interact on an equal footing. Today, 27 OECD member countries and 30 non-OECD member countries are members of the Centre.

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This year’s Latin American Economic Outlook focuses on those in the . Eduardo Lora, Chief Economist, Inter-American Development Bank

This year’s Latin American Economic Outlook focuses on those in the middle of the income distribution in Latin America. If these middle sectors have stable employment and reasonably robust incomes, then, arguably, they provide a solid foundation for economic progress. Eduardo Lora, Chief Economist, Inter-American Development Bank. This new report from the OECD Development Centre touches upon a theme that is not often studied but which is of vital importance for the development of our countries: middle-income groups in Latin American societies.

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OECD Development Centre. The Development Centre of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development was established in 1961 and comprises 35 member countries of the OECD: Belgium, Chile, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom.

Are Latin American governments maximising the potential of fiscal policy as a development tool? The 2009 edition of the Latin American Economic Outlook shows that governments in the region could do much more to exploit the ability of fiscal policy to boost economic growth and combat poverty and inequality.

"An important step forward in the dialogue and exchange of experiences between OECD countries and our region."

-Alicia Bárcena, Executive Secretary, ECLAC

"This publication will provide those concerned with Latin America's future with valuable lessons for fiscal policy drawn from the experiences of OECD and Latin American countries."

-Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Ex-President of Brasil

"This second Latin American Economic Outlook shows the importance of the micro aspects of a proper fiscal policy. The OECD Development Centre has done an outstanding report."

-Guillermo de la Dehesa, Chairman of the Centre for Economic Policy Research

"Fiscal policy is an axis of the social contract and a key tool in economic and social development. This is the core message of the OECD Latin American Economic Outlook 2009, a most helpful and timely contribution to the policy debate in Latin America."

-Augusto de la Torre, Chief Economist for Latin America & the Caribbean RegionWorld Bank.

"The Latin American Economic Outlook 2009 once again gets it right: fiscal policies in Latin America are actively contributing to macroeconomic equilibrium, but the focus now should also be on economic growth, a necessary condition to reduce poverty and inequality."

-Alejandro Foxley, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Chile

"The OECD Latin American Economic Outlook 2009 highlights the path to follow to continue improving fiscal policy action as a tool for development." Juan C. Gómez Sabaini, University