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Argentina: the end of convertibility

EconSouth , Volume 4 , Issue Q1 , Pages 14-19

Working Paper
The Tequila effect: theory and evidence from Argentina

The Tequila Effect hypothesis states that the economic crisis that affected several South American countries in 1995 was caused by an exogenous capital flight triggered by the loss of confidence of foreign investors after the collapse of the Mexican peso in December 1994. I analyze the recent Argentine experience before and after the Mexican crisis and argue that the Tequila Effect played an important role in the 1995 crisis. I model the Tequila Effect in an optimizing, small, open economy, as a situation in which agents at time 0 learn that at some random future date foreign investors will ...
International Finance Discussion Papers , Paper 552

Conference Paper
What lessons can be learned from recent financial crises? : the Argentine experience

Proceedings - Economic Policy Symposium - Jackson Hole

Working Paper
Interpreting the Pari Passu Clause in Sovereign Bond Contracts: It's All Hebrew (and Aramaic) to Me

In this comment, we take a helicopter tour of the history of notions of ?equality? and ?justice? in sovereign debt restructuring in particular, and in the division of property more generally, and show that these concerns have existed for centuries, if not millennia. We argue that the issue at stake in the interpretation of the pari passu clause is not so much the treatment of holders of identical claims?it is now customary to treat them identically?but whether the holders of different claims should be treated differently. We show that exists a customary ?principle of differentiation? that ...
Working Paper Series , Paper WP-2014-6

Working Paper
Are labor markets segmented in Argentina? a semiparametric approach

A large part of the theoretical literature on informal economic activities in developing nations is founded on the assumption that labor markets are segmented. In this paper, we evaluate this premise with data from Argentina's permanent household survey for the 1993-1995 time period. We consider various definitions of informality based on the benefits mandated by Argentina's labor laws. We find that average wages are significantly higher in the formal sector than in the informal sector. We proceed to use a matching estimator to correct for the possible endogeneity of employment outcomes. ...
Center for Latin America Working Papers , Paper 0701

Conference Paper
Lessons from the stabilization process in Argentina, 1990-1996

Proceedings - Economic Policy Symposium - Jackson Hole

Journal Article
A hefty price for Argentina's sluggish recovery

Economics Update , Issue Jul , Pages 6

Journal Article
Argentina's currency crisis: lessons for Asia

This Economic Letter is based on a presentation Mark Spiegel prepared for a panel on "Optimal Currency Arrangements for Emerging Market Economies: The Experience of Latin America and Asia" organized by the Latin American and Asian Economics and Business Association on July 15, 2002, in Tokyo, Japan
FRBSF Economic Letter

Speech
Globalization and the Latin perspective (with reference to Las Meninas)

Remarks at the Central Bank of Argentina, Buenos Aires, April 19, 2006 ; "My business contacts talk and act as if the globalization now under way will bring another decade of intense competition. This hothouse will enable--perhaps even force--businesses to keep productivity growth in the range we have enjoyed since the mid-1990s--hopefully, for many years to come. If labor productivity growth can stay near 3 percent, monetary policy can accommodate relatively faster growth without igniting inflation."
Speeches and Essays , Paper 72

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