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Jaime RosJaime Ros

Professor Emeritus of Economics
(Diploma in Economics, University of Cambridge, 1978)
Edificio de Posgrado de Economía
Circuito Mario de la Cueva S/N
Ciudad Universitaria
México D. F. 04360

Geographic focus: Latin America (Mexico)

Thematic interests: Development economics; trade and macroeconomic policies and problems in developing countries.

Selected publications:

  • Coauthor, Development and Growth in the Mexican Economy: A Historical Perspective (2009)

  • Coeditor, International Handbook of Development Economics (2008)

  • “La desaceleración del crecimiento económico en México desde 1982,” El Trimestre Económico 299 (2008)

  • Coauthor, “Unemployment and the Real Exchange Rate in Latin America,” World Development (April 2006)

  • Coauthor, “Aggregate demand shocks and economic growth,” Structural Change and Economic Dynamics 18, 1 (March 2007)

  • “Changing Growth Constraints in Northern Latin America,” in Andrés Solimano, ed., Vanishing Growth in Latin America: The Late Twentieth Century Experience (2006)

  • “Divergence and Growth Collapses: Theory and Empirical Evidence,” in José Antonio Ocampo, ed., Beyond Reforms. Structural Dynamics and Macroeconomic Theory (2005)

  • Coeditor, Development Economics and Structuralist Macroeconomics: Essays in Honor of Lance Taylor (2003)

  • Development Theory and the Economics of Growth (2000)




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Varieties of Democracy

Latin American/North America Church Concerns

Notre Dame Award

Kellogg Faculty Fellows

Visiting Fellows Program

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International Development Studies Minor

Latin American Studies Minor

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