Fostering Economic Policy Coordination in Latin America
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Fostering Economic Policy Coordination in Latin America

The REDIMA Approach to Escaping the Prisoner's Dilemma

This work aims to provide some useful elements for addressing specific issues related to coordinating policies among sovereign nations in a world undergoing globalization and subject to increasing uncertainty. It has a twofold objective: to provide clear positions regarding options for Latin American integration, and to publicize the REDIMA experiment, as well as the momentum behind it and the proposals issued through it. REDIMA is the acronym of the Spanish and Portuguese name of the Macroeconomic Dialogue Network, implemented in Latin America by ECLAC in cooperation with the European Commission.

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Three major obstacles to regional macroeconomic cooperation in Latin America You do not have access to this content

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In Latin America, obstacles to regional cooperation continue to be strong for several reasons, which merit an open and frank discussion. As the subject is complex and sensitive, some comments are made below, from the author’s comfortable position as an outside observer, to elicit reactions from readers.