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Latin American Economic Outlook 2012 : Transforming the State for Development.
Paris : OECD Publishing, ©2012
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (167 pages)|
|Contents:||PREFACE; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; TABLE OF CONTENTS; Acronyms and abbreviations; Executive Summary; CHAPTER ONE --
Macroeconomic overview; CHAPTER TWO --
Public administration for development; CHAPTER THREE --
Fiscal policy reform; CHAPTER FOUR --
Reforming education systems; CHAPTER FIVE --
The State and reform of public infrastructure policy; CHAPTER SIX --
Better institutions for innovation and productive development.
Even in the midst of a global financial crisis, Latin American and Caribbean economies find themselves in better condition than in years past. Latin America must seize this opportunity to design and implement good public policies. The greatest of the long-term objectives of Latin American states remains development: economic growth and structural change that is rapid, sustainable and inclusive. In particular, governments must reduce inequalities in income, public-service delivery and opportunities, as well as promote the diversification of economies, often concentrated on a few primary-product.
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