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The Campinas Metropolitan Region (CMR) participates in the Reviews of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in Regional Development 2008-10. This site informs about the region, its higher education institutions, and the role its HEIs play in regional development
The OECD Development Centre, the Inter-American Development Bank and the French Ministry of Economy, Industry and Employment will hold on 25 January 2010 this high-level event.
¿Está aprovechando América Latina el potencial de la política fiscal como herramienta para el desarrollo?
Fiscal policy, says the latest Latin American Economic Outlook (LEO 2009) from the OECD’s Development Centre, can be a powerful tool for economic, political and social development in Latin America if taxes are raised efficiently and fairly.
Latin American Economic Outlook 2009 (LEO)
This was an opportunity for representatives of cities and regions from OECD and Latin American countries to share their experience and outcome in defining, implementing and delivering policies within an economic development strategy.
Are Latin American governments maximising the potential of fiscal policy as a development tool? This 2009 edition of the annual OECD Latin American Economic Outlook analyses the progress governments in the region have achieved in the fiscal realm during the last dec
OECD countries believe that Enhanced Engagement should incorporate certain core elements that would be common with all partner countries.
Despite the current problems related to the global financial and economic crisis, ongoing macroeconomic adjustment continues to bear fruit. Attainment of the primary budget surplus targets has delivered falling public debt-to-GDP ratios since 2003. Prudent debt management has reduced refinancing risk and external vulnerabilities. The forward looking conduct of monetary policy within a framework combining inflation targeting with a
Despite considerable progress in many areas, there remains substantial scope for making government operations more cost-effective. Brazil spends a high share of GDP on selected government financed programmes in relation to many OECD countries and its emerging-market peers, but outcome indicators are often comparatively poor. As a result, in the absence of efficiency gains, further increases in spending would need to be financed