Technological change and labour productivity growth in Latin American and manufacturing industries

Having thus far examined the analytical arguments underlying the present enquiry into the impact of recent structural reforms, the book now turns to the empirical evidence. Are Latin American countries and production activities performing better as a result of these market-oriented reforms? Are there differences across countries or sectors of economic activity in this respect? The discussion centres on the notion of labour productivity growth, as explained in the next section.

Related Subject(s): Economic and Social Development
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