This series promotes debate and disseminates knowledge and analysis on economic and social development issues in Latin America and the Caribbean. Books in this series discuss economic growth, structural reforms, social security, globalization and its social effects, poverty reduction strategies, macroeconomic stability and capital flows, financial systems and market reforms, and more. Sponsored by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), and the World Bank, the series seeks to convey the excitement and complexity of the most topical issues in the region. Titles in this peer-reviewed series are selected for their relevance to the academic community and represent the highest quality research output of each institution.
(Washington, DC: World Bank, 2007)
Lederman, Daniel; Maloney, William F.
This volume studies the role of natural
resources in development and economic diversification. It
brings together a variety of analytical perspectives,
ranging from econometric analyses of economic growth to
historical studies of successful development experiences in
countries with abundant natural resources.
(Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2003-09)
Ocampo, José Antonio; Martin, Juan; Ocampo, José Antonio; Martin, Juan
This book is organized as follows:
Chapter 1) Globalization: a Historical, Multidimensional -
Perspective. Chapter 2) International Trade and the New
Global Production - Structure. Chapter 3) The International
Mobility of Capital and Labor. Chapter 4) Inequalities and
Asymmetries in the Global Order. Chapter 5) An Agenda for
the Global Era