1 PRIVATIZATION DISCONTENT AND ITS DETERMINANTS : EVIDENCE FROM LATIN AMERICA this version : March 2005

@inproceedings{Checchi20041PD,
  title={1 PRIVATIZATION DISCONTENT AND ITS DETERMINANTS : EVIDENCE FROM LATIN AMERICA this version : March 2005},
  author={Daniele Checchi and Massimo Florio and Jorge Eduardo Carrera},
  year={2004}
}
Privatization policy faces increasing popular opposition in Latin America. We test for the determinants of this discontent. We use the results of Latinobarometro (2002), a survey of a representative sample of 18522 individuals in 17 countries as our dependent variable of perception, and a privatization dataset on the same countries, including sectoral disaggregation of divestitures, time profiles, proceeds, and other variables for each country. We use as well a set of macroeconomic variables as… CONTINUE READING

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