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Books

Chapters in Book

  • "Overview", with N. Loayza, in Business Regulation and Economic Performance, L. Serven and N.V. Loayza (eds.), The World Bank (2009).

  • "Informality in Latin America and the Caribbean", with N. Loayza and N. Sugawara, in The Microeconomic Underpinnings of Economic Growth, N. Loayza and L. Serven (eds.) (2009).

  • "Back to Global Imbalances", with S. Schmukler and A. de la Torre, in RGE Monitor and World Bank Research Digest, America Economia (ed.), (2009).

  • "Informality in Latin America and the Caribbean", with N. Loayza and N. Sugawara, in Business Regulation and Macroeconomic Performance, L. Serven and N. Loayza (eds.), The World Bank (2009).

  • "Regulation and Microeconomic Dynamics", with N. Loayza and A. Oviedo, in Business Regulation and Economic Performance. L. Serven and N. Loayza (eds.), The World Bank (2009).

  • "Regulation and Macroeconomic Performance", with N. Loayza and A. Oviedo, in Business Regulation and Economic Performance, L. Serven and N. Loayza (eds.), The World Bank (2009).

  • "Fiscal Reform and Social Equity in Latin America", with E. Goni and H. Lopez, in Towards a New Social Contract: Economic Policies for Comprehensive Development in Latin America, J. M. Santiago (ed.), ECLAC, (2009).

  • "Fiscal discipline, public investment and growth", in Fiscal policy, stabilization and growth: Prudence or abstinence?, G. Perry and L. Serven (eds.), The World Bank (2007).

  • "Fiscal policy in the short and the long run", with T. Irwin, G. Perry and R. Suescun, in Fiscal policy, stabilization and growth: Prudence or abstinence?, G. Perry and L. Serven (eds.), The World Bank (2007).

  • “The impact of regulation on growth and the informal sector: cross-country evidence”, with N. Loayza and A. Oviedo, in Unlocking human potential: linking the formal and informal sectors, B Guha-Khasnobis (ed.), Oxford University Press (2006).

  • "Poverty reduction and growth in Latin America: Virtuous and vicious circles", with G. Perry, H. Lopez, W. Maloney and O. Arias, in Latin American competitiveness review, A. Lopez-Claros and K. Schwab (eds.), Davos: World Economic Forum (2006).

  • "Brazilian economic growth, 1900-2000: Lessons and policy implications", with A. Castelar, I. Gill and M. Thomas, in Sources of growth in Latin America: What is missing?, E. Fernandez-Arias, R. Manuelli and J. Blyde (eds.), IADB (2006).

  • “Argentina’s macroeconomic collapse: causes and lessons”, with G. Perry, in Managing Economic Volatility and Crises: A Practitioner's Guide, J. Aizenmann and B. Pinto (eds.), Cambridge University Press (2005).

  • “Macroeconomic stability: the more, the better?” with P. Montiel, in Economic Growth in the 1990s: lessons from a decade of reform, Washington DC, The World Bank (2005).

  • “General equilibrium dynamics of foreign shocks and policy changes in Chile”, with K. Schmidt-Hebbel and F. Gallego, in General equilibrium models for the Chilean econom, R. Chumacero and K. Schmidt-Hebbel (eds.), General equilibrium models for the Chilean econom, Central Bank of Chile (2005).

  • “Disciplina fiscal, inversión pública y crecimiento”, in J. Pérez and C. Sebastián (eds.), Politicas, Mercados e Instituciones Economicas: Estudios en homenaje a Luis Angel Rojo, Madrid: Editorial Complutense (2004). [in Spanish].

  • “The anatomy of a multiple crisis: why was Argentina special and what can we learn from it”, with G. Perry, in V. Alexander, G. von Furstenberg and J. Melitz (eds.), Currency Unions and Hard Pegs, Oxford University Press (2004).

  • “What do we know about the effects of financial liberalization on saving, investment and growth”, with K. Schmidt-Hebbel, in Improving the allocation of domestic saving for economic development, J. Guzmán (ed.), Mexico DF: Banco de México (2003).

  • “Saving, Investment and Growth in Developing Countries: an Overview”, with K. Schmidt-Hebbel and A. Solimano, in The Political Economy of Development, A. Dutt (ed.), Edward Elgar (2002).

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