Economic Survey of Latin America and the Caribbean 2006-2007

cepal.bibLevelDocumento Completo
cepal.callNumberINT UN/EC 9(2006-2007)
cepal.callNumberLC/G.2338-P
cepal.divisionEngEconomic Development Division
cepal.divisionEngStatistics Division
cepal.divisionEngLatin American and Caribbean Institute for Economic and Social Planning (ILPES)
cepal.divisionEngInternational Trade and Integration Division
cepal.divisionSpaDivisión de Desarrollo Económico
cepal.divisionSpaDivisión de Estadísticas
cepal.divisionSpaILPES - Instituto Latinoamericano y del Caribe de Planificación Económica y Social
cepal.divisionSpaDivisión de Comercio Internacional e Integración
cepal.docTypeInformes periódicos
cepal.idSade29312
cepal.jobNumberS0700277 E
cepal.physicalDescriptiongráficos, tablas
cepal.regionalOfficeSantiago
cepal.saleNumber07.II.G.2
cepal.topicEngFISCAL AFFAIRS
cepal.topicEngFINANCIAL AND MONETARY SECTOR
cepal.topicEngTERMS OF TRADE
cepal.topicEngFINANCING AND EXTERNAL DEBT
cepal.topicEngEMPLOYMENT
cepal.topicEngSAVING
cepal.topicEngMACROECONOMICS
cepal.topicEngPRICES
cepal.topicEngINVESTMENT
cepal.topicSpaASUNTOS FISCALES
cepal.topicSpaSECTOR FINANCIERO Y MONETARIO
cepal.topicSpaTÉRMINOS DE INTERCAMBIO
cepal.topicSpaFINANCIAMIENTO Y DEUDA EXTERNA
cepal.topicSpaEMPLEO
cepal.topicSpaAHORRO
cepal.topicSpaMACROECONOMÍA
cepal.topicSpaPRECIOS
cepal.topicSpaINVERSIÓN
cepal.workareaEngECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
cepal.workareaEngSTATISTICS
cepal.workareaSpaDESARROLLO ECONÓMICO
cepal.workareaSpaESTADÍSTICAS
dc.contributor.entityNU. CEPAL
dc.coverage.spatialEngLATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
dc.coverage.spatialSpaAMERICA LATINA Y EL CARIBE
dc.date.accessioned2014-01-02T14:33:38Z
dc.date.available2014-01-02T14:33:38Z
dc.date.issued2007-10
dc.descriptionIncludes bibliography
dc.descriptionIncluye CD-ROM
dc.description.abstractECLAC has been publishing the Economic Survey for 59 years now. The first edition of this report was drawn up under the Executive Secretary's supervision at the behest of the Commission, which requested that an economic survey of Latin America be prepared. That document was the new Economic Commission's first contribution to an understanding of the region's development process. The Survey thus embodies the Commission's fulfilment of one of the specific purposes for which it was created by undertaking or sponsoring the collection, evaluation and dissemination of ... economic, technological and statistical information... on the region. In fact, the former Director of the Central Bank of Argentina, Raúl Prebisch, arrived in Santiago as a consultant to work on the 1948 edition of the Economic Survey. Ever since then, the Survey has served as a witness and as a leading actor in the economic development of Latin America and the Caribbean. This flagship publication of ECLAC, which Alberto Hirschman once described as the Latin American manifest is one of the most frequently quoted reports of its kind in the region. As the sixtieth anniversary of the Economic Survey for Latin America and the Caribbean approaches, it has been restructured with a view to making it even more useful for its readers. In a reformulation that harks back to the early editions of the Survey, from now on the analysis of the current economic situation that is a customary part of this publication will be supplemented by an additional section. The studies making up this new section will deal with a significant issue relevant to the region's economic development and will provide analyses extending beyond the scope of an examination of current trends. It is hoped that this new addition will contribute to the long and difficult task of preparing a complete and fully documented study of economic condition.Its aim is to provide further inputs for the economic debate concerning means of promoting a rapid, sustainable growth process capable of creating conditions conducive to an improvement in the living conditions of the Latin American and Caribbean population.This change also accommodates the recent evolution of the Survey's sister publication, the Preliminary Overview of the Economies of Latin America and the Caribbean, which is published at the close of each year. Thanks to the growing availability of information, together with a major effort to analyse and synthesize the relevant data, the Preliminary Overview has gradually become a more detailed, indepth examination of the economic situation in the region. Consequently, the Overview now furnishes much of the information that the Economic Survey has traditionally provided. The first chapter of this fifty-ninth edition, entitled Regional Panorama, surveys the main economic events and developments of 2006 and the first half of 2007 in the light of the region's recent economic performance. This chapter is supplemented by a statistical appendix that is considerably more extensive than those of previous editions. The next three chapters describe various aspects of the region's economic growth dynamics. Chapter II explores the relationships among investment, saving and growth in the past few decades. Chapter III looks at economic growth patterns and, more specifically, transitions from one pattern to another and the role that factors such as investment, saving and productivity play in those transitions. Chapter IV addresses a number of the issues involved in the current debate about the problems and characteristics of economic growth in Latin America and the Caribbean based on the points raised at a workshop on the subject held in June 2007. The following section presents an analysis of the economic situation in the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean in 2006 and the first half of 2007. These individual country reports include statistical tables that illustrate trends in a number of the main economic indicators.
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dc.format.extent146 páginas.
dc.format.mimetypeapplication/pdf
dc.identifier.isbn9789211216400
dc.identifier.unSymbolLC/G.2338-P
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/11362/1065
dc.language.isoeng
dc.physicalDescription146 p. : gráfs., tabls.
dc.publisherECLAC
dc.publisher.placeSantiago
dc.relation.isPartOfSeriesEconomic Survey of Latin America and the Caribbean
dc.relation.translationLanguagespa
dc.relation.translationRecordEstudio económico de América Latina y el Caribe 2006-2007
dc.relation.translationUrihttps://hdl.handle.net/11362/1064
dc.rights.coarDisponible
dc.subject.unbisEngECONOMIC CONDITIONS
dc.subject.unbisEngECONOMIC GROWTH
dc.subject.unbisEngECONOMIC STATISTICS
dc.subject.unbisEngECONOMIC SURVEYS
dc.subject.unbisEngECONOMIC TRENDS
dc.subject.unbisEngEXTERNAL DEBT
dc.subject.unbisEngFISCAL POLICY
dc.subject.unbisEngINVESTMENTS
dc.subject.unbisEngMACROECONOMICS
dc.subject.unbisEngMONETARY POLICY
dc.subject.unbisEngPRIVATE SECTOR
dc.subject.unbisEngPUBLIC SECTOR
dc.subject.unbisEngSAVINGS
dc.subject.unbisEngMONETARY SYSTEMS
dc.subject.unbisEngFINANCIAL RESOURCES
dc.subject.unbisSpaAHORROS
dc.subject.unbisSpaCONDICIONES ECONOMICAS
dc.subject.unbisSpaCRECIMIENTO ECONOMICO
dc.subject.unbisSpaDEUDA EXTERNA
dc.subject.unbisSpaESTADISTICAS ECONOMICAS
dc.subject.unbisSpaESTUDIOS ECONOMICOS
dc.subject.unbisSpaINVERSIONES
dc.subject.unbisSpaMACROECONOMIA
dc.subject.unbisSpaPOLITICA FISCAL
dc.subject.unbisSpaPOLITICA MONETARIA
dc.subject.unbisSpaSECTOR PRIVADO
dc.subject.unbisSpaSECTOR PUBLICO
dc.subject.unbisSpaTENDENCIAS ECONOMICAS
dc.subject.unbisSpaSISTEMAS MONETARIOS
dc.subject.unbisSpaRECURSOS FINANCIEROS
dc.titleEconomic Survey of Latin America and the Caribbean 2006-2007
dc.type.coarpublicación seriada
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