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Central and South America Issue date: 2012-09-09


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Central and South America Issue date: 2012-09-09 
Thursday, September 13, 2012

NEP: New Economics Papers
Central and South America

Edited by: Maximo Rossi
Universidad de la Republica
Issue date: 2012-09-09
Papers: 13
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In this issue we have:

Latin American Exchange Rate Dependencies: A Regular Vine Copula Approach
Rubén Albeiro Loaiza Maya; Luis Fernando Melo Velandia

FDI and Income Inequality - Evidence from Latin American Economies
Dierk Herzer; Philipp Hühne; Peter Nunnenkamp

LEFT, RIGHT, LEFT: INCOME DYNAMICS AND THE EVOLVING POLITICAL PREFERENCES OF FORWARD-LOOKING BAYESIAN VOTERS
Michael Carter; John Morrow

Spillovers from Conditional Cash Transfer Programs:Bolsa Família and Crime in Urban Brazil
Laura Chioda; João Manoel Pinho de Mello; Rodrigo R. Soares

La negociación salarial en Uruguay: un modelo para analizar sus efectos
Ivone Perazzo

Ethnic Groups and Anthropometric Differences in Colombia
karina Acosta; Adolfo Meisel

TEORÍA DE LA MIGRACIÓN COLECTIVA COMO EXPLICACIÓN AL DESPLAZAMIENTO FORZADO EN COLOMBIA
Diego Felipe Gutiérrez Bedoya

Wages and Informality in Developing Countries
Costas Meghir; Renata Narita; Jean-Marc Robin

The Welfare Cost of Homicides in Brazil: Accounting for Heterogeneity in the Willingness to Pay for Mortality Reductions
Daniel R.C. Cerqueira; Rodrigo R. Soares

Targeting the Poor: A Macroeconomic Analysis of Cash Transfer Programs
Eduardo Zilberman; Tiago Berriel

Decentralization of Health and Education in Developing Countries: A Quality-Adjusted Review of the Empirical Literature
Anila Channa; Jean-Paul Faguet

Water Scarcity and Birth Outcomes in the Brazilian Semiarid
Rudi Rocha; Rodrigo R. Soares

Does workers’ control affect firm survival? Evidence from Uruguay
Gabriel Burdin

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