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This list includes a partial number of publications, from 1990 to date. To see the complete list, please go to https://repository.cepal.org

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August 2022 |
  • Ferraz, Diogo
  • Moralles, Herick Fernando
  • Costa, Naijela Silveira da
  • Nascimento, Daisy do

Diversos estudios defienden la complejidad económica como modo alternativo de comprender el bienestar. Cada vez más trabajos parten del análisis...

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August 2022
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July 2022 |
NU. CEPAL

The United States economy expanded by 5.7% in 2021, the strongest annual growth since 1984, but in a sharp reversal it contracted 1.5% in the...

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September 2022 |
  • Vaca-Trigo, Iliana
  • Baron, Camila

In recent years, a number of proposals have highlighted how restrictive it is to use gross domestic product (GDP) as a measure of well-being. This...

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July 2022 |
NU. CEPAL

The region is facing a complex economic situation, marked by slowing growth, rising inflation, interest rate hikes and volatility in international...

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June 2022

Capital Flows to Latin America and the Caribbean: 2021 in review and the first four months of 2022 presents and analyses the developments...

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June 2022 |
NU. CEPAL

This policy brief prepared by ECLAC examines the economic and social impact of the war in Ukraine on the region, and offers countries...

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May 2022 |
  • Alleyne, Dillon
  • Hendrickson, Michael
  • McLean, Sheldon
  • Pantin, Machel
  • Skerrette, Nyasha
  • Victor, Keron

This overview examines the economic performance of economies of the Caribbean in 2020 and comprises four chapters. The first chapter provides a...

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January 2022 |
NU. CEPAL

This edition of Preliminary Overview of the Economies of Latin America and the Caribbean analyzes the economic and social dynamics at play last...

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April 2022

En el presente documento se hace un balance preliminar de las economías de Centroamérica (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua...

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April 2022 |
  • Bárcena Ibarra, Alicia

The conflict between the Russian Federation and Ukraine has come at a time of great uncertainty in the world, relating to several factors: uneven...

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February 2022 |
NU. CEPAL

En este número de “Claves de la CEPAL para el Desarrollo” se presentan los mensajes claves de la edición 2021 del Balance Preliminar de las...

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February 2022 |
  • Alleyne, Dillon
  • Hendrickson, Michael
  • McLean, Sheldon
  • Pantin, Machel
  • Skerrette, Nyasha

This survey examines the economic performance of economies of the Caribbean in 2020 and the first few months of 2021 and comprises five chapters....

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December 2021

Economic growth in the United States slowed to 2.1% year-on-year in the third quarter
of 2021, from 6.7% year-on-year in the second quarter...

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October 2021 |
NU. CEPAL

En este número de “Claves de la CEPAL para el Desarrollo” se presentan los mensajes claves de la edición 2021 del Estudio Económico de América...

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October 2021 |
NU. CEPAL

The 2021 edition of the Economic Survey of Latin America and the Caribbean, its seventy-third issue, consists of three parts. Part I outlines the...

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October 2021 |
NU. CEPAL

The United States rebounded rapidly and robustly from the COVID-19 pandemic recession in the first half of 2021, as federal stimulus spending...

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August 2021 |
NU. CEPAL

This document examines the global and regional evolution of FDI and offers recommendations so these flows can contribute to the region’s...

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July 2021 |
NU. CEPAL

This Special Report examines the economic and social impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, more than a year after it first appeared, providing new...

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May 2021 |
NU. CEPAL

The United States economy contracted by 3.5% in 2020 —the worst performance since the Second World War— but is currently expected to grow by an...

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