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Productivity growth, external shocks, and capital inflows in Chile during 1977-81

Timothy Condon

Productivity growth, external shocks, and capital inflows in Chile during 1977-81

a general equilibrium analysis

by Timothy Condon

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Published by World Bank in [Washington, DC] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementTimothy Condon, Vittorio Corbo, Jaime de Melo.
SeriesDiscussion paper / Development Research Department -- report no.91
ContributionsCorbo, Vittorio., Melo, Jaime de., World Bank. Development Research Department.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19656913M

external financial shocks in EMEs mediated by degree of, , –69, –77, , –81, t, , , global financial shock effects on EME capital flows mediated by, –97, f global patterns and trends, , f. Andrés Solimano Chile underwent a free market revolution initiated by the Pinochet regime in the s and s. A very similar model, with some amendments, was followed after the restoration of democracy in the s and s by the social democratic governments. This economic revolution released entrepreneurial energy and a capacity for wealth creation and today the country has one of .

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  The growth of labor productivity in Switzerland has been low compared to many other advanced economies in recent decades. In developing economies, productivity growth even improved substantially (OECD a).The acceleration of economic growth in emerging economies came in hand with an integration into global value chains, resulting in increased international trade in goods and .   1. Introduction. It is widely alleged that, since the financial crisis, the financial system has been impaired so that it functions less well in allocating capital thus restraining productivity growth; see for a review e.g. Borio et al. ().Whilst this suspicion is widespread, it has proved difficult to gather evidence to examine it.


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Productivity growth, external shocks, and capital inflows in Chile during 1977-81 by Timothy Condon Download PDF EPUB FB2

Productivity growth, external shocks, and capital inflows in Chile: A general equilibrium analysis GDP grew at an average annual rate of percent during '"rhis growth was accompanied by a cumulative increase in external debt of $ billion and a cumulative current account deficit of $ billion.

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A computable general equilibrium model is used to analyze the growth path of the Chilean economy during Cited by: 6. Timothy Condon & Vittorio Corbo & Jaime de Melo, "Productivity Growth, External Shocks, and Capital Inflows in Chile: A General Equilibrium Analysis," World Scientific Book Chapters, in: Modeling Developing Countries' Policies in General Equilibrium, chapter 5, pagesWorld Scientific Publishing Co.

Pte. Ltd. PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH, EXTERNAL SHOCKS, AND CAPITAL INFLOWS IN CHILE DURING A GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM ANALYSIS Timothy Condon Vittorio Corbo and Jaime de Melo The World Bauk July An earlier versioi of this paper was presented at the Second Task Force Meeting on Applied General Equilibrium Analysis, Sopron, Hungary, JuneThis.

Productivity Growth, External Shocks, and Capital Inflows during A General Equilibrium Analysis, (). Capital Inflows, the Current Account and the Real Exchange Rate: Tradeoffs for ChileDRD Discussion Paper No.

Productivity growth, external shocks, and capital inflows in Chile during a general equilibrium analysis (English) A computable general equilibrium model is used to analyze the growth path of the Chilean economy during Productivity Growth, External Shocks and Capital Inflows in Chile: A General Equilibrium Analysis (with Timothy Condon and Vittorio Corbo) Exchange Rate-Based Disinflation, Wage Rigidity and Capital Inflows: Tradeoffs for Chile –81 (with Timothy Condon and Vittorio Corbo).

Productivity growth, external shocks, and capital inflows in Chile during a general equilibrium analysis (Inglês) A computable general equilibrium model is used to analyze the growth path of the Chilean economy during On the contrary, Tsao () shows that for Singapore during the s when rapid growth was experienced, productivity growth were either negligible or negative in some sectors of manufacturing.

Banco Central de Chile. Indicadores Economicos y Sociales, (Direction de Politica Financiera, Banco Central de Chile, Santiago). Condon, T., V. Corbo and J. de Melo,Productivity growth, external shocks, and capital inflows during A general equilibrium analysis, Journal of Policy Modelling 7, Growth and Adjustment in Chile: a Look at the s.

and capital inflows: tradeoffs for Chile, external shocks, and capital inflows in Chile: A general equilibrium analysis. Productivity growth, external shocks, and capital inflows in Chile: A general equilibrium analysis Journal of Policy Modeling,7, (3), View citations (5) See also Chapter () Reforms and macroeconomic adjustments in Chile during World Development,13, (8), View citations (21) Timothy Condon & Vittorio Corbo & Jaime de Melo, "undated".

"Productivity, Growth, External Shocks and Capital Inflows in Chile (): A General Equilibrium Analysis," Documentos de Trab Instituto de Economia.

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Exchange rate based disinflation, wage rigidity, and capital inflows: tradeoffs for Chile, (English) Real exchange rate appreciation usually accompanies.

PDF | In the 15 years from toChilean GDP growth averaged %. Although this was above the % Latin American average, it represented a | Find, read and cite all the research you. External Shocks and Capital Inflows in Chile During A General Equilibrium Analysis, Development Researrch Department, Economic and Research Staff, World Bank Report, Growth of Factor Productivity in Turkish Manufacturing Industries.

In contrast, my argument in this paper is that in the short term, it is better to manage external shocks to the capital account and the current account through changes in foreign exchange reserves, either through full sterilisation – neutralising change in the money supply by selling or buying government bonds – or through fiscal sterilisation, i.e., by increasing or decreasing.

Exchange rate based disinflation, wage rigidity, and capital inflows: tradeoffs for Chile, 0: 0: 1: 0: 0: 7: Poverty and income distribution during adjustment: issues and evidence from the OECD project Productivity, Growth, External Shocks and Capital Inflows in Chile (): A General Equilibrium Analysis.

external shocks. The purpose of this study is to evaluate, from a general equilibrium perspective, the impact of these shocks on the Kenyan economy, which are transmitted via foreign trade and capital inflows. Thus, to analyse the data we employ two different.

thing, capital tends to flow out of countries with fast-growing productivity (Prasad, Rajan, and Subramanian ; Gourinchas and Jeanne ). To better understand this finding, we focus on the most salient episodes of growth accelerations in the data.

The fact that capital flows out even during such episodes is the most puzzling. Download Citation | Challenges for the Chilean economy under cyclical shocks, – | A brief summary of the evolution of economic policies and growth in Chile since is presented.

Condon, T., V. Corbo and J. de Melo,Exchange-rate based disinflation, wage rigidity, and capital inflows: Tradeoffs for Chile,Working paper no. (World Bank, Washington, DC). Corbo, V. and M. Sanchez,Adjustment by industrial firms in Chile duringin: Scrambling for survival - how firms adjusted to the.The remarkable growth in capital flows[1] consider two types of shock: external and internal.

foreign output shocks and domestic productivity shocks become more prominent, with.