2 edition of Myths and facts about financial liberalization in Chile, 1974-1982 found in the catalog.
Myths and facts about financial liberalization in Chile, 1974-1982
Sergio de la Cuadra
by Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Instituto de Economía in Santiago
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 90-92).
|Statement||Sergio de la Cuadra, Salvador Valdés Prieto.|
|Series||Documento de trabajo,, no. 128, Documento de trabajo (Universidad Católica de Chile. Instituto de Economía) ;, no. 128.|
|Contributions||Valdés Prieto, Salvador.|
|LC Classifications||HG2894 .C8 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||91140778|
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MYTHS AND FACTS ABOUT FINANCIAL LIBERALIZATION IN CHILE: - Sergio de la Cuadra (*) Salvador Valdés Prieto (**) Documento de Trabajo Nº October, (*)Ex President of the Central Bank of Chile, ex Minister of Finance.
(**)Professor at the Institute of Economics, Universidad Católica de Chile. Address: Casilla V, Cor Santiago, CHILE. Book Description. Originally published inFinancial Market Liberalization in Chile,analyses the liberalization of the financial market which took place during the monetarist book addresses the effect this had on the Chilean economy and how this affected effects of the behaviour of the firms which went bankrupt during this period.
“ Myths and Facts about Financial Liberalization in Chile: –” In Brock, Philip Lawton, ed., If Texas Were Chile: A Primer on Banking Reform. Sequoia Seminar Publication. San Francisco: ICS Press, pp.
11 – Author: Sebastian Edwards, Leonidas Montes. In addition, Chile has been growing at over 5% in annual terms sinceand the rise of the investment/GDP ratio has allowed even faster growth recently.
This turns the Chilean financial system into one of the emerging markets of the developing by: 5. Date Written: J This paper surveys the evolution of the Chilean financial system from toanalyzes the causes and the consequences of the major crisis in the financial system duringand examines the measures adapted to contain the crisis and restore the financial system to by: In Chile, the nominal exchange rate was fixed during the.
1974-1982 book of financial liberalization (), followed by. discrete devaluations, a brief float, and an active crawl in the. wake of the financial crisis and recession.'. In summary, the Argentinian fiscal system after winadequate to the task of permitting a full-scale financial liberalization and the elimination of the inflation tax as an instrument of public by: This book provides an in-depth analysis of neo-liberal and progressive economic reforms and policies implemented in Chile since the Pinochet dictatorship.
The core thesis of the book is that there is not just 'one Chilean economic model', but that. Factors behind Financial Liberalization Three general factors provided an impetus for the move to financial liberalization: poor results, high costs,and pressures from section discusses each in turn.
Poor Results To gether, the limited mobilization and inefficient allocation of financial resources slowed economicFile Size: KB. Under this paradigm of financial liberalization, large spreads between cost of funds and interest rates on loans are not prima facie evidence of an uncompetitive financial system.
Instead, after a repressed financial system is liberalized, the banks are unable to supply intermediation services efficiently because they lack expertise, qualified human resources, and adequate Cited by: Chile: Trade Performance, Trade Liberalization, and Competitiveness Prepared by Brieuc Monfort1 Authorized for distribution by Martin Mühleisen May Abstract This Working Paper should not be reported as representing the views of the IMF.
The views expressed in this Working Paper are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent. Working Papers Central Bank of Chile, Central Bank of Chile () View citations (5) NBER Working Papers, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc () View citations (6) See also Chapter () Myths and Facts about Fiscal Discretion: A.
Sergio de la Cuadra & Salvador Valdés, "undated". "Myths and Facts About Instability in Financial Liberalization in Chile: ," Documentos de TrabajoInstituto de Economia. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
Cited by:. Sergio de la Cuadra & Salvador Valdés, "undated". "Myths and Facts About Instability in Financial Liberalization in Chile: ," Documentos de TrabajoInstituto de Economia. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
Kaiji Chen & Alfonso Irarrazabal, Cited by: 2. Get this from a library. Financial market liberalization in Chile, [Alejandra Mizala]. The Crisis of was a major economic crisis suffered in Chile during the military dictatorship after years of radical neoliberal reforms.
It was the worst economic crisis in Chile since the s Great Depression. Chile's GDP fell %, and unemployment rose to %. 64 Sergio de la Cuadra and Salvador Valdés, “Myths and Facts about Instability in Financial Liberalization in Chile, –,” in Brock, Philip L., ed., If Texas Were Chile: A Primer on Banking Reform (San Francisco: ICS Press, ).Cited by: Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Salces, Alejandra Mizala.
Financial Market Liberalization in Chile, liberalized and deregulated their financial sector, although the process is by no means complete. In some countries, the IMF and the World Bank have played a major role in advising the authorities about the reform process.
Has financial liberalization led to more financial development, more stable financial systems, and. If Chile is now presented as a pioneer of free-market economic reform, we should remember that at the beginning of the s, it was the complete opposite: a vanguard of controlled economy and big.
free market reforms consisting of trade and financial liberalization and privatization which integrated Latin America into global capitalism and grapes, peaches, kiwi and salmon in Chile.
Manufactured exports. Low-tech products such as shoes and garments in assembly plants, the maquiladoras in the US -Mexican border, in the Carribean and in.Financial Liberalization in Latin-America in the s: A Reassessment Joshua Aizenman.
NBER Working Paper No. Issued in February NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth, International Trade and Investment This paper studies the experience of Latin-America [LATAM] with financial liberalization in the s.
de la Cuadra, Sergio, and Salvador Valdes. “Myths and Facts about Financial Liberalization in Chile, –” In Philip Brock, ed., If Texas Were Chile: A Primer on Banking Reform.
San Francisco: ICS Press. De Long, J. Bradford. “Where Did All the Financial Crises Go?”.