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Savings, investment and uncertainty in Latin America

by Rodríguez, F.
Publisher: 1989Subject(s): FINANCIAMIENTO E INVERSIONES | AHORROS | DEUDA EXTERNA | CRECIMIENTO ECONOMICO | FORMACION DE CAPITAL | INVERSIONES | FINANCIAMIENTO EXTERIOR | MACROECONOMIA | ESTABILIZACION ECONOMICA | CRECIMIENTO ECONOMICO | MOVIMIENTOS DE CAPITALES | TASA DE CRECIMIENTO | PRODUCTO INTERNO BRUTO | TASA DE INTERES | INFLACION | MERCADO FINANCIERO | AMERICA LATINA | PAISES EN DESARROLLO | SAVINGS | ECONOMIC GROWTH | CAPITAL FORMATION | INVESTMENT | MACROECONOMICS | ECONOMIC STABILIZATION | ECONOMIC GROWTH | INFLATION | FINANCIAL MARKET | LATIN AMERICA | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | EPARGNE | CROISSANCE ECONOMIQUE | FORMATION DE CAPITAL | INVESTISSEMENT | MACROECONOMIE | STABILISATION ECONOMIQUE | CROISSANCE ECONOMIQUE | INFLATION | MARCHE FINANCIERE | AMERIQUE LATINE | PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT In: Social and Economic Studies (Jamaica) v. 38(4) p. 1-45Summary: This paper studies the main factors that helped to increase domestic savings in Latin America on both macro and microeconomic levels, in order to evaluate them and consider measures that can be adopted to encourage savers and investors to increase their savings and keep them within the region. It deals with the evolution of savings, investment, consumption and external financing; an analysis of the relationship between savings and macroeconomic stability and inflation; investment options within the framework of portfolio theory; comments on the possibility of improving the financial instruments and suggestions for alternative policies for increasing savings
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This paper studies the main factors that helped to increase domestic savings in Latin America on both macro and microeconomic levels, in order to evaluate them and consider measures that can be adopted to encourage savers and investors to increase their savings and keep them within the region. It deals with the evolution of savings, investment, consumption and external financing; an analysis of the relationship between savings and macroeconomic stability and inflation; investment options within the framework of portfolio theory; comments on the possibility of improving the financial instruments and suggestions for alternative policies for increasing savings

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