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Spending in Research and Development in Selected Countries The Peace Agreement sought to establish an agenda of public policies to develop the country and reduce inequality, emphasizing social policies targeted to those who were historically marginalized indigenous and rural populations.

The debate about the policy reform agenda There is a consensus internationally that the most immediate challenge for Guatemala is improving the provision of public goods, which almost unavoidably requires overcoming strong domestic opposition to increasing tax collection. Growth and Inclusion in Guatemala 57 The infrastructure sector as a halfway house The infrastructure sector in Guatemala is a clear example ieja incomplete liberalization and reform.

In addition to the relatively low penetration, the supply of guatejala telephony services is still highly concentrated in metropolitan areas, especially around Guatemala City, where about 70 percent of fixed lines are currently installed.

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Domestic mechanisms are currently regulated by the Arbitrage Law, Decree Informality and investment growth Measuring the informal economy is difficult. The most obvious effect of governance on growth in Guatemala is the deterioration in underlying growth potential in the early eighties at the height of the internal conflict, followed by a recovery in growth potential after the transition to democracy. Ie,a the absence of a strategy for the development of telecommunications in rural areas, the existing framework has served the country well, facilitating and accelerating sector development at exceptional rates.


In fact, there are two guatrmala issues that need to be resolved: The third wave of reforms, starting in the late nineties increased the participation of the private sector gyatemala infrastructure and modernized the regulatory framework.

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In Central America, only Honduras was ranked below Guatemala in position 76 –then the rest of the region ranks higher than Guatemala. Other indicators, such as the intake rate, primary completion, ratio of pupils to teachers, etc. Growth and Inclusion in Guatemala 54 Figure Klinger and Lederman Figure It is worth highlighting that the Pacto Fiscal is now emphasizing transparency in fiscal policy, especially with regard to expenditures, to complement tax reforms.

Use of mediation and arbitrage services is increasing and many business contracts now include the possibility of using alternative conflict resolution mechanisms. The Peace Agreement as a milestone The civil strife ended in with the signing of a Peace Agreement. Guatemala has also signed several investment protection and promotion agreements, including with France in ; Belgium, Chile and Taiwan R. Nevertheless, informal capital accumulation held its ground even after the reversal of private capital accumulation in the formal sector in the late nineties.

Well the private sector has in fact reacted, as the very high private sector share in total enrollment in secondary education shows. It appears that countries in this cluster simply share as a common characteristic that financial markets are well developed.

To answer this question we first compare the current situation in Guatemala with two alternative set of comparable countries: It could be that schooling drives growth or that growth drives schooling increasing the effective return to schooling.

The same holds true with respect to the stock of lending and broad money relative to GDP, as Guatemala reports marginally favorable results relative to a fairly large pool of comparator countries. The difference seems to be the methodological approach.

Growth and Inclusion in Guatemala 67 The role of service exports There is a consensus in Guatemala that focusing on trade in services amounts to a significant paradigm shift in thinking about international trade. From a public gautemala perspective, bare identification of binding constraints is insufficient. An incomplete framework for doing business It can be argued that an incomplete framework for doing business distorts the allocation of resources.


Ranking in worst relative pillar situation and Income Level 5th pillar: Growth and Inclusion in Guatemala 49 other than Spanish is a disadvantage in a Spanish-based tuatemala system and formal sector of the economy.

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Growth and Inclusion in Guatemala ghatemala C. With regard to the first one, it is also the case that the terms of financing in Guatemala are somewhat better than the typical case within the corresponding country group. For similar reasons, it should not be expected that the CAFTA-DR will quickly lead to a significant qualitative or quantitative change in the level or composition of exports in the short-run.

The long conflict deepened historical divisions, thwarted institutional development and weakened governance. Harberger Low Growth Growth and Inclusion in Guatemala 41 attained at the expense of reducing the quality of education. Growth and Inclusion in Guatemala 80 39 Table Tourism, call centers, guayemala process outsourcing and medical services hold great developmental potential. However, it must be recognized that cyclical appreciation of the real exchange rate could indeed slow down export growth in the short-run, at least in the absence of processes or mechanisms meant to counteract the impact of the appreciation.

Unfortunately, the Plan was temporarily shelved after falling victim to the complex political environment prevailing in Guatemala. For more information refer to the Informal Economy and institutional analysis presented in this document.