Global Research Project on Understanding Reform : Synthesis of Country Studies from Latin America UNDERSTANDING REFORM IN LATIN AMERICA

@inproceedings{Forteza2005GlobalRP,
  title={Global Research Project on Understanding Reform : Synthesis of Country Studies from Latin America UNDERSTANDING REFORM IN LATIN AMERICA},
  author={Alvaro Forteza and M. R. Tommasi},
  year={2005}
}
This paper provides an overview of the pro-market reform process in eight Latin American countries, based on country studies undertaken within the Understanding Reform project of the Global Development Network. After a brief presentation of the reforms undertaken, the paper addresses some key themes on the political economy of reform. We review the initial conditions of reform; the role played by technocrats and stakeholders; political participation; the peculiar shortcut to reform represented… CONTINUE READING
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