Lo más innovador es que los ministros de hacienda se comprometen a movilizar al sector privado para que invierta y desarrolle un sector financiero que apoye la adaptación y mitigación al cambio…

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Foto: I-stock Este blog fue originalmente publicado en inglés en Brookings Future Development. Hace aproximadamente un mes, Brookings Metro publicó un informe en el que advirtió que, tal como los…

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View from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic / World Bank Published in digital portal El Dinero In the past, a company in the Dominican Republic facing financial difficulties, such as falling…

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Vista de Santo Domingo, República Dominicana/ Banco Mundial Publicado en el medio digital El Dinero En el pasado, una empresa viable pero en dificultades financieras en República Dominicana, como…

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This blog was previously published in The World Post.
Talk about ‘growth’ in Latin America has become less upbeat today than a few years ago. That’s no surprise. For over a decade, average…

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Understanding macroeconomic volatility part 3Read parts 1 & 2
There’s good evidence that a country’s level of financial development affects the impact of volatility on economic growth,…

Francisco G. Carneiro, Ha Minh Nguyen, Rei Odawara |

Understanding Macroeconomic Volatility: Part 2 The fact is that a government can soften a recession by increasing spending (the counter-cyclical approach) to raise demand and output. If government…

Francisco G. Carneiro, Ha Minh Nguyen, Rei Odawara |

Volatility in financial markets gets wide attention in the public eye. Less noticed is what we in the development world call macroeconomic volatility—faster-than-desired swings in the broad forces…

Francisco G. Carneiro, Ha Minh Nguyen, Rei Odawara |