Published February 22, 2000
by Kluwer Law International .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||360|
Latin America's banking systems in the s: a cross-country comparison (English) Abstract. This study compares the financial sectors of 12 Latin American countries (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Hondorus, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela).Cited by: Reforming payments and securities settlement systems in Latin America and the Caribbean (English) Abstract. The payments and securities settlement system is the infrastructure (comprising institutions, instruments, rules, procedures, standards, and technical means) established to effect the transfer of monetary value between parties discharging mutual obligations Author: Massimo Cirasino, Mario Guadamillas, José Antonio García, Fernando Montes-Negret. Latin America suffered a profound state crisis in the s, which prompted not only the wave of macroeconomic and deregulation reforms known as the Washington Consensus, but also a wide variety of institutional or 'second generation' reforms. 'The State of State Reform in Latin America' reviews and assesses the outcomes of these less studied institutional reforms. This book addresses the puzzle of why the World Bank was unable to effect sweeping neoliberal health reforms in Latin America from the s onward. Through the use of quantitative regional data together with interview and archival data collected during fieldwork in Argentina, Costa Rica, Peru, and Washington DC, this book argues that the Author: Shiri Noy.
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Cuba outperforms both Latin American and Caribbean as well as many other middle-income countries in the most important indices of education, public health and hygiene.  The World Bank points out that the development of good education systems is vital to the future of Latin America and the Caribbean. In her new book, Banking on Health: The World Bank and Health Sector Reform in Latin America (Palgrave Macmillan, ), Shiri Noy explores this question and more using mixed methods, including interviews, quantitative analysis, and review of policy documents and archives. The book starts off by providing readers a history of the World Bank and. Explore the principles and practices of banking and credit in the United States with THE U.S. BANKING SYSTEM 3E. The newly revised version of this text guides users through an overview of financial services, including information on human resources, marketing, and ethics/5(3). American Bank Systems creates specialized banking software systems to maximize day-to-day efficiencies for financial institutions. Our systems are designed by bankers for bankers and come with our signature high-touch expert customer services – at no extra charge.