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Bridges for Development

Robert Devlin Antoni Estevadeordal
Price: $ 24.95

Latin America has been pursuing intense structural reforms since the mid-1980s, including regional integration and reciprocal elimination of trade barriers. This book analyzes the role of trade as a central pillar of the structural reform process and a bridge to capturing the dynamic development forces of an increasingly globalized world economy.

"To be informed is to be free. This book enhances our freedom of choice and the quality of our judgment regarding the contemporary challenges involved in regional integration, trade and development strategies. The various sections of this timely volume explore relevant issues related to policies, instruments, motivations and public-private interaction. These issues underpin manifold aspects of decisionmaking in this crucial arena of public policies in which the domestic and international dimensions are closely intertwined."-- Celso Lafer Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Brazil

"In this outstanding volume, Devlin, Estevadeordal and 13 other leading scholars tackle the most difficult question of regional integration in Latin America: What is the right mix of trade and development strategies and public institutions to dramatically improve economic outcomes?"-- Gary Clyde Hufbauer Reginald Jones Senior Fellow Institute for International Economics


Alícia Adserà - Carles Boix - Marise Cremona - Robert Devlin - Antoni Estevadeordal - Simon J. Evenett - Jacint Jordana - Sam Laird - Walter Mattli - Patrick A. Messerlin - Rajneesh Narula - Carles Ramió - Alan M. Taylor - Ramon Torrent - Anthony J. Venables

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