4 edition of Demographic Responses to Economic Adjustment in Latin America (International Studies in Demography) found in the catalog.
January 8, 1998
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||Georges Tapinos (Editor), Andrew Mason (Editor), Jorge Bravo (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
This article is part of the World Economic Forum on Latin America “Failure of national governance”, “unemployment” and “fiscal crises” – all prominently cited as risks by Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) business executives. We are likely to see such adjustments in LAC during and the next few years. For example, in. per worker, l is the rate of growth of the labor force, and n is the rate of population. growth. Growth in income or output per worker, the first term on the right -hand -side of. equation (1), has been the focus of most research on economic growth.
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Demographic Responses to Economic Adjustment in Latin America (International Studies in Demography) [Georges Tapinos, Andrew Mason, Jorge Bravo] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The papers in this volume address the influence of economic fluctuations upon mortality, fertility, and labor markets in the Latin America of the s.
Economic Adjustment and Demographic Responese in Latin America: An Overview, Reynaldo Bajraj, Jorge Bravo, and Georges Tapinos. The Response of Fertility and Mortality to Economic Crisis and Structural Adjustment Policy during the s: A Review, Andrew Mason. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Economic adjustment and demographic responses in Latin America / Reynaldo Bajraj, Jorge Bravo, and Georges Tapinos --The response of fertility and mortality to economic crisis and structural adjustment policy during the s / Andrew Mason --Economic crisis and health.
The papers in this volume focus on the impact of economic fluctuations on mortality, fertility and labour markets in Latin America during the s. An attempt is made to distiguish short-term from long-term influences and effects. 1: Economic Adjustment and Demographic Responses in Latin America: An Overview 3 2: The Response of Fertility and Mortality To Economic Crisis and Structural Adjustment Policy During the s: A Review Demographic Changes in Latin America The Good, the Bad and The paper develops a simple, integrated methodology to project public pension cash flows and healthcare spending over the long term.
One of the most important processes operating in the contemporary world is the acceleration of the rate of population growth, particularly in the countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America. These countries, which account for more than four-fifths of the general increase in world population, have an exceptionally high rate of : Victor Volsky.
or the last five years the economic performance of Latin America and the Caribbean has been disap-pointing, with growth rates being barely positive on average. Supporting the trends in social spending made possible by unusually high commodity prices was becoming increasingly difficult, which con-fronted many countries with painful adjustments.
The demographic response to economic crisis in historical and contemporary populations. This paper analyzes fertility trends from the third largest economy in Latin America - Colombia - from Author: Ronald Demos Lee. The demography of Latin America and the Caribbean since Article (PDF Available) in Population (French Edition) 61(5) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The overall response of remittances to cyclical conditions is also important. These flows constitute voluntary and targeted flows that seek to improve the conditions of family members in the countries of origin.6 Flows may increase with improved economic conditions in the country of residence of remitting individuals, and also in response to.
Tweet This. Latin America GDP improves in thanks to Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, and Argentina. The Fed’s dovish tilt will also make Latin America central bankers happier as it reinforces a weaker dollar : Kenneth Rapoza.
Demographic, Economic, and Social Change in Latin America It is perhaps trivial to note that demographic, economic, and social phe-nomena may be separated only for analytic purposes; when observing human activities one finds these as well as other variables complexly interrelated.
“Latin America economic development: an overview” in The Economic History of Latin America since independence. Cambridge University Press. • Bértola L and Williamson J.G. (), “Globalization in Latin America Before ”, in Bulmer- Thomas V. Coatsworth, J.
and Cortés Conde R. (eds), Cambridge Economic History of Latin America. 'Probably the most thorough overview of Latin American economic history presently available Furtado's most important characteristic as an economist is willingness to consider economic problems in their total complexity; there are no simplifications here and no easy conclusions '.Cited by: A recessive adjustment of enormous magnitude ensued.
The adjustment closed the external gap and permitted a huge transfer of resources abroad, but much of the internal imbalance persisted. A decline in per capita income and a clear deterioration in social spending took place over the decade, and it is primarily through social costs that demographic effects would be : Bajraj Rf, Bravo Jh.
The first section describes the immediate causes and scope of the economic crisis of the s in Latin America and the measures taken to correct imbalances. An external crisis rendered the current accounts deficit of the early s no longer sustainable, interest rates and commercial conditions deteriorated, and a recessive adjustment of enormous magnitude : Bajraj Rf, Bravo Jh.
This is an introductory survey of the history and recent development of Latin American economy and society from colonial times to the establishment of the military regime in Chile. In the second edition the historical perspective has been enlarged and important events since the Cuban Revolution, such as the agrarian reforms of Peru and Chile, the difficulties of the Central America Common.
11 Debt, adjustment, and the shift to a new paradigm From debt crisis to debt burden 2 Economic history of Latin America, America. Economic history of Latin America, second edition Latin America.
Latin American economic development Cited by: Georges Tapinos, Andrew Mason, and Jorge Bravo, eds., Demographic Responses to Economic Adjustment in Latin America, (Oxford:Clarendon Press, ). Recent Articles and Book Chapters Andrew Mason and Ronald Lee, “Intergenerational Transfers and the Older Population,” National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
An analysis of the demographic causes and consequences of the population explosion in Latin America. About half of the current population is under 15 years old, due to a high level of fertility and a decline in infant and child mortality. The resulting enlarged labor force cannot be absorbed by agriculture, and high rates of internal migration.
Latinos in the United States are a diverse and fast-growing group that is amassing considerable economic and political power. As data from the Census and other sources demonstrate, Latinos now account for one-sixth of the U.S.
population. Most Latinos were born in this country, but over one-third are immigrants. Latinos as a whole (both foreign-born and native-born) are .This paper considers population ageing across Latin America and the Caribbean region for the period For historical reasons, the Iberian Peninsula data are also graphed to illustrate the convergence or otherwise of the region’s demographics with that of Southern Europe.