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Productivity growth and disinflation in Chile

Jose De Gregorio

Productivity growth and disinflation in Chile

by Jose De Gregorio

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Chile.
    • Subjects:
    • Industrial productivity -- Chile.,
    • Deflation (Finance) -- Chile.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJose de Gregorio.
      SeriesNBER working paper series ;, working paper 10360, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) ;, working paper no. 10360.
      ContributionsNational Bureau of Economic Research.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB1
      The Physical Object
      FormatElectronic resource
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3476289M
      LC Control Number2005615754

        For example, annual productivity growth in the US from through hovered at a sluggish % average rate, half the rate from to The US economy experienced three consecutive quarters of falling productivity, from the fourth quarter of through the second quarter of , the longest slide since the late s. Increasing food prices have renewed concerns about long-run agricultural demand and supply in the global economy. This book looks at results, methods, and data on international agricultural productivity for a better understanding of long-run trends and the policies that determine them. By presenting an international assessment of total factor productivity growth in agriculture, including up-to.

      Purchase Productivity and U.S. Economic Growth, Volume - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,   OECD (b), Economic Policy Reforms: Going for Growth , March. Rogoff, K (), “Globalization and global disinflation”, Paper presented at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas Jackson Hole Conference. Tagliabracci, A, C. Osbat and G Koester (forthcoming), “The role of foreign slack and global integration for domestic inflation”.

        Productivity means Quantity of output produced by one unit of production input in a unit of time. For eg. a machine can produce 8 tons of output per hour. Economic Growth is the Value of output obtained with one unit of input. For eg. if a machine.   North-Holland EXCHANGE RATE-BASED DISINFLATION, WAGE RIGIDITY, AND CAPITAL INFLOWS* Tradeoffs for Chile Timothy CONDON, Vittorio CORBO and Jaime DE MELD The World Bank. Washington, DC USA Received March , final version received July This paper studies two effects that accompanied tire real exchange rate appreciation in.


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Productivity growth and disinflation in Chile by Jose De Gregorio Download PDF EPUB FB2

This paper analyzes the role productivity growth had on disinflation in Chile during the s. It argues that productivity growth was key in avoiding the output costs of stabilization in a highly indexed economy.

Disinflation from the early s through was costless. Among the many external Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: De Gregorio, Jose. Productivity growth and disinflation in Chile. Cambridge, Mass.: National Bureau of Economic Research, © Get this from a library.

Productivity growth and disinflation in Chile. [Jose De Gregorio; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- "This paper analyzes the role productivity growth had on disinflation in Chile during the s. It argues that productivity growth was key in avoiding the output costs of stabilization in a highly.

This paper analyzes the role productivity growth had on disinflation in Chile during the s. It argues that productivity growth was key in avoiding the output costs of stabilization in a highly Author: Jose De Gregorio. Downloadable. This paper analyzes the role productivity growth had on disinflation in Chile during the s.

It argues that productivity growth was key in avoiding the output costs of stabilization in a highly indexed economy. Disinflation from the early s through was costless. Among the many external and domestic factors that contributed to good macroeconomic performance, which.

This paper analyzes the role productivity growth had on disinflation in Chile during the s. It argues that productivity growth was key in avoiding the output costs of stabilization in a highly indexed economy.

Disinflation from the early s through was costless. Among the many external and domestic factors that contributed to good. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper analyzes the role productivity growth had on the disinflation process in Chile during the s.

It argues that productivity growth was a key element to avoid the recessionary costs of stabilization in a highly indexed economy.

Disinflation from the early s to was costless. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Chile had unprecedented success during the nineties, in particular until Inflation, measured at the end of the year, declined from % to % in Every year, inflation was below the one of the previous year.

Since inflation was below the one-digit mark, something only seen briefly in the eve of. This statistic shows the average inflation rate in Chile from towith projections up until Inthe average inflation rate in Chile had amounted to about percent compared.

Productivity means doing things better, doing more with the same resources, combining them more efficiently to produce better results. And greater productivity – as well as more investment and jobs - is exactly what we need in Chile to return to the growth rates that improved millions of people’s quality of life over the past 25 years.

The COVID pandemic struck the global economy after a decade that featured a broad-based slowdown in productivity growth. Global Productivity: Trends, Drivers, and Policies (PDF, MB) presents the first comprehensive analysis of the evolution and drivers of productivity growth, examines the effects of COVID on productivity, and discusses a wide-range of policies needed to rekindle.

Consequently, the book calls for a shift toward policies that improve the quality of firm growth by supporting innovation, managerial skills, and firms’ ability to leverage global linkages and agglomeration. This book is the third volume of the World Bank Productivity Project. The latest in a series of papers published by the International Monetary Fund on economies in transition examines the experience of disinflation in Central and Eastern Europe, the Baltics, Russia, and other countries of the former Soviet Union between and The paper reviews the economic policies underlying the dramatic drop in inflation during those years as well as other variables.

Measuring Economic Growth and Productivity: Foundations, KLEMS Production Models, and Extensions presents new insights into the causes, mechanisms and results of growth in national and regional accounts.

It demonstrates the versatility and usefulness of the KLEMS databases, which generate internationally comparable industry-level data on outputs, inputs and productivity. The speed of disinflation 9 in those cases is around 1 percent per quarter during the first two years, with the exception of Turkey, which reached percent per quarter on average.

During the implementation year and the following years the growth rates are usually positive, with very few quarters of negative growth.

Abstract. In the G-7 as in almost all the industrialized countries, inflation is now as low as it was during the golden age of (Table 1) for many indus trialized countries, the inflation policy question in is not whether to disinflate, but rather how and how far to preserve the gains of the disinflation.

percent of economic growth and 25 per-cent of productivity growth. By comparison agriculture accounted for percent of U.S.

value added, but only percent of economic growth during this reflects the fact that agriculture has grown more slowly than the U.S. economy,while the computer industry has grown thirteen times as.

This report presents a comprehensive overview of recent and longer-term trends in productivity levels and growth in OECD countries, accession countries, key partners and some G20 countries. An introductory chapter features an analysis of latest developments in productivity, employment and wages.

Books. Economic Survey of Chile A favourable growth outlook offers Chile an opportunity to address its low productivity levels compared to other advanced economies, improve access to quality jobs and take steps to reduce its persistently high inequality. More books on Chile.

In the U.S., labor productivity growth fell to an annualized rate of % between andcompared to at an average of % in nearly every economic recovery since. These are then used to compare productivity growth rates across plant cohorts and to examine the net effect of plant turnover and learning patterns on manufacturing-wide productivity growth.

The analysis is based on plant-level panel data from Chile covering the period About this book. Introduction. This collection of essays on Verdoorn's Law - the relationship between the growth of industrial productivity and output - presents a number of comprehensive surveys and assessments of the vast literature available.

The collection not only includes an English translation of Verdoorn's seminal article originally.Downloadable! After a decade and a half of economic growth above 7% per year, the Chilean economy has been growing at rates below 3% during the last five years.

In this article we suggest that in order to produce a new surge in economic growth, Chile needs a productivity shock arising from economic policy initiatives aimed at improving economic efficiency and institutions.