This report addresses the most important challenges facing the Latin America and Caribbean region as it attempts to replace its traditional economic and social structures, including populist institutions, with a modern, efficient, administrative state. The analysis focuses on the political economy of pending reforms and their ramifications. The report discusses (1) recent economic and political developments; (2) systemic issues such as high real interest and unemployment rates and declining export growth; (3) social policies and the need to consolidate macroeconomic stability; and (4) how to define and build the new Latin American state. An appendix provides detailed information on selected country performance.Chile-Peru fishing area and any olhtr information lAown on Ihii map do not imply, on lU port of r , _ vo^aamp; ThAr WorW Soot ... Among the most important factors affecting the variability of this ecosystem is the El Nino phenomenon, an occasionalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Restructuring Large Industrial Firms in Central and Eastern Europe|
|Author||:||Gerhard Pohl, Simeon Djankov, Robert Edward Anderson|
|Publisher||:||World Bank Publications - 1996-01-01|