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Politics & Government
  • Author:
    University of Miami North-South Center,Robert Grosse
  • ISBN:
    1574540440
  • ISBN13:
    978-1574540444
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    Univ of Miami North South Center pr; First Edition edition (December 1, 1997)
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    183 pages
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Robert Grosse is professor of business administration and director for Latin America at Thunderbird School of Global Management. He joined the university in August of 1994, and recently rejoined in 2016. Professor Grosse was dean of the School of Business Administration at American University of Sharjah (United Arab Emirates) during 2014–16.

How can savings be generated and mobilized to support Latin American development into the twenty-first century? This underlying question is analyzed in detail for the region and for several individual countries.

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How can savings be generated and mobilized to support Latin American development into the 21st century? This underlying question is analyzed in detail for the region and for several individual countries.

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The University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Latin American Studies, commonly known as CLAS, is a National Resource Center on Latin America. The Center, founded in 1964 as part of the university's Center for International Studies, offers undergraduate and graduate students multidisciplinary training on Latin American and Caribbean studies.

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Analyzes the potential for generating savings for Latin America and for several countries in the region. Examines the contribution of savings to the process of capital formation, the relationship between domestic savings and domestic investment, and the effects of foreign investment on savings and capital investment in the region. Specific topics include foreign sources of long-term financing for borrowers in Brazil, the use of ADRs to finance investment in Colombia and Latin America, and Chilean pension fund reform and its impact on savings. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.