The Macroeconomics of populism in Latin America / edited by Rudiger Dornbusch and Sebastian Edwards Dornbusch, Rudiger

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Populism - Latin America - Congresses.; Latin America - Economic conditions - 1945- - Congresses.; Since 1945
  • The macroeconomics of populism / Rudiger Dornbusch, Sebastian Edwards
  • The political economy of Latin American populism / Robert R. Kaufman, Barbara Stallings
  • Populism, profligacy, and redistribution / Eliana Cardoso, Ann Helwege
  • Description of a populist experience: Argentina, 1973-1976 / Federico A. Sturzenegger
  • What have populists learned from hyperinflation? / Roque B. Fernandez
  • Sixty years of populism in Brazil / Paulo Robello de Castro, Marcio Ronci
  • The socialist-populist Chilean experience: 1970-1973 / Felipe Larrain, Patricio Meller
  • Populism and economic policy in Mexico, 1970-1982 / Carlos Bazdresch, Santiago Levy
  • The illusion of pursuing redistribution through macropolicy: Peru's heterodox experience, 1985-1990 / Ricardo lago
  • Collapse and (incomplete) stabilization of the Nicaraguan economy / Jose Antonio Ocampo
  • On the absence of economic populism in Colombia / Miguel Urrutia.
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