Journal of the Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association, Spring 2011 Contents: A Editors' Summary A Buying Less but Shopping More: The Use of Nonmarket Labor during a Crisis By David McKenzie and Ernesto Schargrodsky A Workers' Remittances and the Equilibrium Real Exchange Rate: Theory and EvidenceBy Adolfo Barajas, Ralph Chami, Dalia Hakura, and Peter Montiel A Do Political Budget Cycles Differ in Latin American Democracies?By Lorena G. Barberia and George Avelino A Recent Trends in Income Inequality in Latin AmericaBy Leonardo Gasparini, Guillermo Cruces, and Leopoldo TornarolliJournal of the Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association Raquel Bernal, Ugo Panizza, Roberto RigobA³n, Rodrigo Soares. transactions from the main domestic Buenos Aires stock exchange house.36 The daily average discount reached as high as 21 percent on ... 2001, and January 15, 2002, due to time taken for the market to develop and the lack of transactions during banking holidays.
|Title||:||Economía - Spring 2011|
|Author||:||Raquel Bernal, Ugo Panizza, Roberto Rigobón, Rodrigo Soares|
|Publisher||:||Brookings Institution Press - 2011-05|