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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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(p.xi) List of Figures

(p.xi) List of Figures

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

Guillermo Cruces

Gary S. Fields

David Jaume

Mariana Viollaz

Publisher:
Oxford University Press

  1. 1.1 Open transmission channels 6

  2. 1.2 Blocked transmission channels 7

  3. 3.1 Evolution of GDP per capita and labour market indicators in the Latin American region: Unweighted average 2000–12 32

  4. 3.2 Evolution of labour market indicators over time by country 37

  5. 3.3 Cross-country relationship between the percentage of labour market indicators moving in the welfare-worsening direction and growth rate of GDP per capita during the international crisis 47

  6. 3.4 Distribution of labour market indicators according to the post-crisis path by country 51

  7. 4.1 Cross-country relationship between the percentage of labour market indicators moving in the welfare-improving direction and growth rate of GDP per capita during the 2000s 57

  8. 4.2 Cross-country relationship between the annualized changes in labour market indicators and annualized growth rate of GDP per capita during the 2000s 58

  9. 4.3 Cross-country relationship between the percentage of labour market indicators moving in the welfare-improving direction during the 2000s and initial GDP per capita 64

  10. 4.4 Cross-country relationship between the annualized changes in labour market indicators during the 2000s and initial GDP per capita 65

  11. 4.5 Cross-country relationship between the annualized changes in labour market indicators during the 2000s and the initial value of labour market indicators 68

  12. 4.6 Cross-country relationship between the percentage of improving labour market indicators and the annualized changes in macroeconomic variables during the 2000s 71

  13. 4.7 Cross-country relationship between annualized changes in labour market indicators and annualized changes in mean labour earnings during the 2000s 88 (p.xii)

  14. 4.8 Cross-country relationship between annualized changes in selected labour market indicators and annualized changes in the share of wage/salaried employees in total employment during the 2000s 90

  15. 4.9 Cross-country relationship between annualized changes in labour market indicators and annualized changes in the 2.5 dollars-a-day poverty rate during the 2000s 93

  16. 4.10 Cross-country relationship between annualized changes in labour market indicators and annualized changes in the 4 dollars-a-day poverty rate during the 2000s 95

  17. 5.1 Mean labour earnings, 2.5 and 4 dollars-a-day poverty rates elasticity with respect to GDP per capita for illustrative countries 112

  18. 5.2 Relationship between percentage changes in mean labour earnings, 2.5 and 4 dollars-a-day poverty rates, and percentage changes in GDP per capita for illustrative countries 114

  19. 5.3 2.5 dollars-a-day poverty rates elasticity with respect to unemployment and mean earnings for illustrative countries 123

  20. 5.4 4 dollars-a-day poverty rates elasticity with respect to unemployment and mean earnings for illustrative countries 125

  21. 5.5 Growth incidence curves of labour earnings by country. Percentage changes for the sample of employed workers with positive labour earnings 129

  22. 5.6 Growth incidence curves of labour earnings by country. Dollar changes for the sample of employed workers with positive labour earnings 131