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Policy Agenda: A Needed Structural Reform

A well-educated and productive labor force is a condition for development. Will reforms in Colombia, Mexico and Brazil be sufficient? If there is a topic that should lead a new wave of structural reforms in Latin America it’s the labor market. There is an agreement among economists that it must be deeply transformed, to foster job creation, to reduce informality and to bridge the education gap in the region. In sharp contrast with the faster progress of the 90s, the pace and scope of structural reforms in Latin America declined over the past decade. In fact, a 2012 report authored […]
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