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The Resource Saving for development : how Latin America and the Caribbean can save more and better, edited by Eduardo Cavallo, and Tomás Serebrisky

Saving for development : how Latin America and the Caribbean can save more and better, edited by Eduardo Cavallo, and Tomás Serebrisky

Label
Saving for development : how Latin America and the Caribbean can save more and better
Title
Saving for development
Title remainder
how Latin America and the Caribbean can save more and better
Statement of responsibility
edited by Eduardo Cavallo, and Tomás Serebrisky
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
EBLCP
Dewey number
330
Index
no index present
LC call number
HB71-74
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Cavallo, Eduardo A.
  • Serebrisky, Tomás
  • Bank, Inter-American Development
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Regional economics
Label
Saving for development : how Latin America and the Caribbean can save more and better, edited by Eduardo Cavallo, and Tomás Serebrisky
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • List of Tables; List of Figures; List of Boxes; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contributors; 1 Saving for a Sunny Day; Savings: The Sum of its Parts; Why Care about National Saving?; Sharing the Blame for Low Saving; How to Promote Saving for Development; Tackle the pension problem; Focus on infrastructure and capital spending; Target tax policy better; Promote household saving and create a savings culture; Improve productivity growth; Fix the financial system; The Many Faces of Saving; A Policy Agenda for the Future; Notes; 2 The State of Saving in Latin America and the Caribbean
  • National Saving Rates: Comparatively LowThe Private Sector: Taking the Lead; Foreign Savings: A Secondary Actor; Businesses: The Biggest Savers-Worldwide; Farewell to the Demographic Dividend; Too Old to Save?; Higher Income, Greater Saving; Lower-Income Savers: Little to Show for their Efforts; The Bottom Line; Notes; 3 Financial Systems to Make Savings Count; In Financial Systems, Small Is Not Beautiful; Formal vs. Informal Saving: Quality Counts; Accounting for the Unbanked; The Link between Financial Access and Savings: The Case of Mexico; The Missing Link; Notes
  • 4 More and Better Saving for Productive InvestmentInvestment and National Saving: Low, Lower, Lowest; Financing Investment: No Place Like Home; For Policy, Which Comes First: Saving or Investment?; Investment in Infrastructure: First among Equals?; A Catalyst for Productivity and Growth; Public or Private Investment: Both Is Best; The Other Half; Understanding the Infrastructure Financing Market; Debt Stands Out; Infrastructure as an Asset Class; Institutional Investors: An Untapped Source of Financing; Building a Better Investment Strategy; Notes; 5 Saving for Stability
  • Foreign Financing: A Different AnimalRisky Business: Absorbing Foreign Saving; Not All Foreign Saving Is Created Equal; Different Risks for Different Financial Flows; Financial Integration Is No Cure; Safety First; Notes; 6 Running Out of Time: The Demographics of Saving; More Elderly with More Needs; Facing the Challenge: More and Better Savings; Fulfilling Promises; Saving for the Future; More-and Better-Savings to Enhance Growth; How Is the Region Preparing for the Future?; Pension Systems: Not an Option Today; Plan B: Household Savings in Other Assets
  • The Last Resort: Taking Care of GrandmaAct Today, for a Better Tomorrow; Notes; 7 Saving for the Future: Pension Systems; Newer Systems for Older Populations; PAYG/Defined-Benefit Systems: Promises, Promises; Sustainability; Adequacy and Redistribution; Institutional Arrangements; Recommendations; Defined Contribution Systems: A Work in Progress; Transition Costs; Investments, Returns, and Costs; Retirement Products and Insurance Arrangements; Financial Literacy, Legitimacy, and Confidence; Appropriate Regulation and Supervision; Recommendations; When All Else Fails: Noncontributory Pensions
  • Recommendations
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (352 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781349949298
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn961063721
Label
Saving for development : how Latin America and the Caribbean can save more and better, edited by Eduardo Cavallo, and Tomás Serebrisky
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • List of Tables; List of Figures; List of Boxes; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contributors; 1 Saving for a Sunny Day; Savings: The Sum of its Parts; Why Care about National Saving?; Sharing the Blame for Low Saving; How to Promote Saving for Development; Tackle the pension problem; Focus on infrastructure and capital spending; Target tax policy better; Promote household saving and create a savings culture; Improve productivity growth; Fix the financial system; The Many Faces of Saving; A Policy Agenda for the Future; Notes; 2 The State of Saving in Latin America and the Caribbean
  • National Saving Rates: Comparatively LowThe Private Sector: Taking the Lead; Foreign Savings: A Secondary Actor; Businesses: The Biggest Savers-Worldwide; Farewell to the Demographic Dividend; Too Old to Save?; Higher Income, Greater Saving; Lower-Income Savers: Little to Show for their Efforts; The Bottom Line; Notes; 3 Financial Systems to Make Savings Count; In Financial Systems, Small Is Not Beautiful; Formal vs. Informal Saving: Quality Counts; Accounting for the Unbanked; The Link between Financial Access and Savings: The Case of Mexico; The Missing Link; Notes
  • 4 More and Better Saving for Productive InvestmentInvestment and National Saving: Low, Lower, Lowest; Financing Investment: No Place Like Home; For Policy, Which Comes First: Saving or Investment?; Investment in Infrastructure: First among Equals?; A Catalyst for Productivity and Growth; Public or Private Investment: Both Is Best; The Other Half; Understanding the Infrastructure Financing Market; Debt Stands Out; Infrastructure as an Asset Class; Institutional Investors: An Untapped Source of Financing; Building a Better Investment Strategy; Notes; 5 Saving for Stability
  • Foreign Financing: A Different AnimalRisky Business: Absorbing Foreign Saving; Not All Foreign Saving Is Created Equal; Different Risks for Different Financial Flows; Financial Integration Is No Cure; Safety First; Notes; 6 Running Out of Time: The Demographics of Saving; More Elderly with More Needs; Facing the Challenge: More and Better Savings; Fulfilling Promises; Saving for the Future; More-and Better-Savings to Enhance Growth; How Is the Region Preparing for the Future?; Pension Systems: Not an Option Today; Plan B: Household Savings in Other Assets
  • The Last Resort: Taking Care of GrandmaAct Today, for a Better Tomorrow; Notes; 7 Saving for the Future: Pension Systems; Newer Systems for Older Populations; PAYG/Defined-Benefit Systems: Promises, Promises; Sustainability; Adequacy and Redistribution; Institutional Arrangements; Recommendations; Defined Contribution Systems: A Work in Progress; Transition Costs; Investments, Returns, and Costs; Retirement Products and Insurance Arrangements; Financial Literacy, Legitimacy, and Confidence; Appropriate Regulation and Supervision; Recommendations; When All Else Fails: Noncontributory Pensions
  • Recommendations
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (352 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781349949298
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn961063721

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