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Growth, Employment, and Poverty in Latin America$

Guillermo Cruces, Gary S. Fields, David Jaume, and Mariana Viollaz

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780198801085

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: June 2017

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198801085.001.0001

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Source:
Growth, Employment, and Poverty in Latin America
Author(s):

Guillermo Cruces

Gary S. Fields

David Jaume

Mariana Viollaz

Publisher:
Oxford University Press

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Appendix 2 Cross-Country Relationship between Changes in Labour Market Indicators and Changes in Macroeconomic Variables during the 2000sAppendix 2 Cross-Country Relationship between Changes in Labour Market Indicators and Changes in Macroeconomic Variables during the 2000s

Figure A2.A Annualized change in agriculture’s percentage share of GDP

Note: The vertical axes display the annualized change in each labour market indicator. ∆ denotes changes in percentage points and %∆ denotes percentage changes. The line represents the linear regression specified at the bottom of the figure. Robust standard error of the slope coefficient between parentheses. R-squared of the regression indicated along the title.

Source: Authors’ calculations based on SEDLAC (CEDLAS and World Bank 2014), World Development Indicators (World Bank 2014), and CEPALSTAT (UN-ECLAC 2015).

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Figure A2.B Annualized change in service’s percentage share of GDP

Note: The vertical axes display the annualized change in each labour market indicator. ∆ denotes changes in percentage points and %∆ denotes percentage changes. The line represents the linear regression specified at the bottom of the figure. Robust standard error of the slope coefficient between parentheses. R-squared of the regression indicated along the title.

Source: Authors’ calculations based on SEDLAC (CEDLAS and World Bank 2014), World Development Indicators (World Bank 2014), and CEPALSTAT (UN-ECLAC 2015).

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Figure A2.C Annualized change in industry’s percentage share of GDP

Note: The vertical axes display the annualized change in each labour market indicator. ∆ denotes changes in percentage points and %∆ denotes percentage changes. The line represents the linear regression specified at the bottom of the figure. Robust standard error of the slope coefficient between parentheses. R-squared of the regression indicated along the title.

Source: Authors’ calculations based on SEDLAC (CEDLAS and World Bank 2014), World Development Indicators (World Bank 2014), and CEPALSTAT (UN-ECLAC 2015).

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Figure A2.D Annualized change in domestic consumption as a percentage of GDP

Note: The vertical axes display the annualized change in each labour market indicator. ∆ denotes changes in percentage points and %∆ denotes percentage changes. The line represents the linear regression specified at the bottom of the figure. Robust standard error of the slope coefficient between parentheses. R-squared of the regression indicated along the title.

Source: Authors’ calculations based on SEDLAC (CEDLAS and World Bank 2014), World Development Indicators (World Bank 2014), and CEPALSTAT (UN-ECLAC 2015).

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Figure A2.E Annualized change in public expenditure in education and health as a percentage of GDP

Note: The vertical axes display the annualized change in each labour market indicator. ∆ denotes changes in percentage points and %∆ denotes percentage changes. The line represents the linear regression specified at the bottom of the figure. Robust standard error of the slope coefficient between parentheses. R-squared of the regression indicated along the title.

Source: Authors’ calculations based on SEDLAC (CEDLAS and World Bank 2014), World Development Indicators (World Bank 2014), and CEPALSTAT (UN-ECLAC 2015).

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Figure A2.F Annualized change in public expenditure in social security as a percentage of GDP

Note: The vertical axes display the annualized change in each labour market indicator. ∆ denotes changes in percentage points and %∆ denotes percentage changes. The line represents the linear regression specified at the bottom of the figure. Robust standard error of the slope coefficient between parentheses. R-squared of the regression indicated along the title.

Source: Authors’ calculations based on SEDLAC (CEDLAS and World Bank 2014), World Development Indicators (World Bank 2014), and CEPALSTAT (UN-ECLAC 2015).

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Figure A2.G Annualized change in exports as a percentage of GDP

Note: The vertical axes display the annualized change in each labour market indicator. ∆ denotes changes in percentage points and %∆ denotes percentage changes. The line represents the linear regression specified at the bottom of the figure. Robust standard error of the slope coefficient between parentheses. R-squared of the regression indicated along the title.

Source: Authors’ calculations based on SEDLAC (CEDLAS and World Bank 2014), World Development Indicators (World Bank 2014), and CEPALSTAT (UN-ECLAC 2015).

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Figure A2.H Annualized change in terms of trade

Note: The vertical axes display the annualized change in each labour market indicator. ∆ denotes changes in percentage points and %∆ denotes percentage changes. The line represents the linear regression specified at the bottom of the figure. Robust standard error of the slope coefficient between parentheses. R-squared of the regression indicated along the title.

Source: Authors’ calculations based on SEDLAC (CEDLAS and World Bank 2014), World Development Indicators (World Bank 2014), and CEPALSTAT (UN-ECLAC 2015).

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Figure A2.I Annualized change in foreign direct investment as a percentage of GDP

Note: The vertical axes display the annualized change in each labour market indicator. ∆ denotes changes in percentage points and %∆ denotes percentage changes. The line represents the linear regression specified at the bottom of the figure. Robust standard error of the slope coefficient between parentheses. R-squared of the regression indicated along the title.

Source: Authors’ calculations based on SEDLAC (CEDLAS and World Bank 2014), World Development Indicators (World Bank 2014), and CEPALSTAT (UN-ECLAC 2015).

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Figure A2.J Annualized change in the stock of public debt as a percentage of GDP

Note: The vertical axes display the annualized change in each labour market indicator. ∆ denotes changes in percentage points and %∆ denotes percentage changes. The line represents the linear regression specified at the bottom of the figure. Robust standard error of the slope coefficient between parentheses. R-squared of the regression indicated along the title.

Source: Authors’ calculations based on SEDLAC (CEDLAS and World Bank 2014), World Development Indicators (World Bank 2014), and CEPALSTAT (UN-ECLAC 2015).

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Figure A2.K Annualized change in revenues from natural resources as a percentage of GDP

Note: The vertical axes display the annualized change in each labour market indicator. ∆ denotes changes in percentage points and %∆ denotes percentage changes. The line represents the linear regression specified at the bottom of the figure. Robust standard error of the slope coefficient between parentheses. R-squared of the regression indicated along the title.

Source: Authors’ calculations based on SEDLAC (CEDLAS and World Bank 2014), World Development Indicators (World Bank 2014), and CEPALSTAT (UN-ECLAC 2015).

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