"A must for applied international economists, development specialists, policymakers, reformers, and all those who want an excellent read about a country experience that illustrates at its best the complex interface between finance and development." Finance & Development
The Chilean Economy: Policy Lessons and Challengesby Barry P. Bosworth (Editor), Rudiger Dornbusch (Editor), Raul Laban (Editor)
In this book a prominent group of international scholars review the history of economic reform in Chile and assess the effectiveness of its policies. This information encompasses not only the successful approaches that turned around the Chilean economy, but also the significant mistakes that raised transition costs along the way.
- Brookings Institution Press
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Meet the Author
Barry Bosworth is a senior fellow and Robert V. Roosa Chair in International Economics at the Brookings Institution. Rudiger Dornbusch is Ford International Professor of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Raúl Labán is an economist at CIEPLAN, a nonprofit research institution based in Chile. Raúl Labán is an economist at the Ministerio de Hacienda in Chile.
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