- Title Pages
1Inflation Targeting: The Latin American Experience
2Exchange Rate Pass-through and Partial Dollarization: Is There a Link?
3Very High Interest Rates and the Cousin Risks: Brazil During the Real Plan
- Epilogue to Part I: Circumstances and Institutions: Notes on Monetary Policy in Brazil in the Last Fourteen Years
4The China Syndrome or the Tequila Crisis
5International Liquidity Management Problems in Modern Latin America: Their Origin and Policy Implications
6Trade Liberalization and Financial Crisis: A Historical Comparison of Chile and the United States
7.Banks, Financial Markets, and Industrial Development: Lessons from the Economic Histories of Brazil and Mexico
8Toward a Liquidity Risk Management Strategy for Emerging Market Economies
9Taxation Reform in Latin America in the Last Decade
10Taxing for Equity a Proposal to Reform Mexico's Value-added Tax
11Tax Reform in Brazil Small Achievements and Great Challenges
- Author Index
- Subject Index
- Latin American Macroeconomic Reforms
- University of Chicago Press
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