This series aims to disseminate research in progress relevant to advancing our understanding of complex development issues in Latin America and the Caribbean. It feeds on research produced within UNDP initiatives by scholars from the region or interested in the region. It showcases research meant for later publication in other outlets -journals or books- that, for the same reason, has been subject to a demanding peer-review process before appearing as part of the series.

Papers are published in the language in which they were produced.

We present it hoping that it will contribute to improving our knowledge about matters relevant to all in the path towards more equal, productive, sustainable and resilient societies.

 

 

¿Cuán eficaz es la Protección Social en Chile?

Camila Olate and Matías Morales

¿Informalidad o exclusión? Mercados fragmentados bajo el Sistema de Protección Social colombiano

Marcela Meléndez, Francisco Alvarado and Marcela Pantoja

(Forthcoming)

Market Concentration, Market Fragmentation, and Inequality in Latin America

Marcela Eslava, Marcela Meléndez and Nicolás Urdaneta

(Forthcoming)

The Political Economy of The Telecommunications Reform in Mexico

Alejandro Castañeda and Daniel Ruíz 

 

Lobbying for Inequality? How Different Business Elites Navigate the Policy-Making Process in Central America

Mónica Pachón and Javier Brolo

(Forthcoming)

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