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Intersectoral dynamics and economic growth in Ecuador

Norbert M. Fiess

Intersectoral dynamics and economic growth in Ecuador

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Published by World Bank, Latin America and the Caribbean Region, Economic Policy Sector Unit in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ecuador,
  • Ecuador.
    • Subjects:
    • Industrial productivity -- Ecuador.,
    • Ecuador -- Economic conditions -- 1972-

    • About the Edition

      The authors analyze sectoral growth in Ecuador using multivariate cointegration analysis. They find significant long-run relationships between the agricultural industrial and service sectors. Moreover, they are able to derive dynamic sector models that combine the short-run links between the three sectors with long-run dynamics. Their findings suggest that more attention should be paid to interdependencies in sectoral growth, since an improved understanding of intersectoral dynamics may facilitate the implementation of policy aimed at increasing economic growth in Ecuador--Summary.

      Edition Notes

      StatementNorbert M. Fiess, Dorte Verner.
      SeriesPolicy research working paper ;, 2514, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 2514.
      ContributionsVerner, Dorte., World Bank. Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office. Economic Policy Sector Unit.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57
      The Physical Object
      FormatElectronic resource
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3669286M
      LC Control Number2002616117

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Intersectoral dynamics and economic growth in Ecuador by Norbert M. Fiess Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Intersectoral dynamics and economic growth in Ecuador. [Norbert M Fiess; Dorte Verner; World Bank. Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office. Economic Policy Sector Unit.] -- The authors analyze sectoral growth in Ecuador using multivariate cointegration analysis.

They find significant long-run relationships between the agricultural industrial and service sectors. Their findings suggest that more attention should be paid to interdependencies in sectoral growth, since an improved understanding of intersectoral dynamics may facilitate the implementation of policy aimed at increasing economic growth in Ecuador.

There appears to be no direct link between the oil sector and the non-oil industrial sectors. Intersectoral dynamics and economic growth in Ecuador (English) Abstract.

The authors analyze sectoral growth in Ecuador, using multivariate co-integration analysis. They find significant long-run relationships between the agricultural, industrial, and service sectors. Moreover, they are able to.

Intersectoral dynamics and economic growth in Ecuador (Inglês) Resumo. The authors analyze sectoral growth in Ecuador, using multivariate co-integration analysis.

They find significant long-run relationships between the agricultural, industrial, and service sectors. Moreover, they are able to Cited by: 5. Downloadable. The authors analyze sectoral growth in Ecuador, using multivariate co-integration analysis. They find significant long-run relationships between the agricultural, industrial, and service sectors.

Moreover, they are able to derive dynamic sector models that combine the short-run links between the three sectors with long-run dynamics. GDP Growth Rate in Ecuador averaged percent from untilreaching an all time high of percent in the fourth quarter of and a record low of percent in the second quarter of This page provides - Ecuador GDP Growth Rate - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news.

Deficiency of modern technology 2. Intersectoral dynamics and economic growth in Ecuador book capital resources 3. poor policy that has led to poor integration with non-farm sectors or generall poor intersectoral linkages 4.

lack of specific. In brief. The novel coronavirus (Covid) pandemic and a collapse in oil prices will hit the fragile economy and the public finances hard. A disorderly sovereign default is a distinct possibility, especially if the government fails to secure debt-reprofiling deals with private creditors.

Looking forward, we estimate GDP Annual Growth Rate in Ecuador to stand at in 12 months time. In the long-term, the Ecuador GDP Annual Growth Rate is projected to trend around percent in and percent inaccording to our econometric models. In this paper we have concentrated on the case of a single developing country, Ecuador, to study both the process of intersectoral transfer and its impact on the distribution of income.

Our analysis shows that while traditional theories tended to locate the modern sector in urban areas, the rural nonfarm sector in Ecuador is both large and Cited by: In a recent paper, Fiess and Verner () analyse sectoral growth in Ecuador and find significant long-run and short-run relationships between the agricultural, industrial and service sectors.

Johansen, Soren, "Statistical analysis of cointegration vectors," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Elsevier, vol. 12(), pages Fiess, Norbert M. & Verner, Dorte, "Intersectoral dynamics and economic growth in Ecuador," Policy Research.

This article examines the impact of service sector growth on intersectoral linkages in the US economy since the s. Input-output tables are used to determine direct and total back-ward linkages.

Ecuador is substantially dependent on its petroleum resources, which have accounted for more than half of the country’s export earnings and one-fourth of public sector revenues in recent years. In /, Ecuador suffered a severe economic crisis, with GDP contracting by more than 6%.

Poverty increased significantly, the banking system collapsed, and Ecuador defaulted on its external. Source: Banco Central de Ecuador. INTERSECTORAL DYNAMICS FOR THE OIL AND NON-OIL SECTORS Econometric analysis can identify links between the oil and non-oil sectors Finding these.

The aspects emphasized in this Assessment of Development Results (ADR) were established in consultation with national and international counterparts during an exploratory mission to Ecuador in August This evaluation was undertaken by an independent team of consultants between August and November File Size: 1MB.

IMF Country Report No. 16/ ECUADOR May 3−5 and in Washington D.C. on J with the officials of Ecuador on economic developments and policies underpinning the IMF arrangement under the GDP growth in was percent, down significantly from percent inon account of.

Ecuador’s economy returned to positive, but sluggish, growth. In earlythe MORENO administration held a public referendum on seven economic and political issues in a move counter to CORREA-administration policies, reduce corruption, strengthen democracy.

Social and Economic Reform in Ecuador: Life and Work in Guayaquil [Pineo, Ronn F.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Social and Economic Reform in Ecuador: Life and Work in Author: Ronn F. Pineo. We formulate a two-country, two-good, two-factor endogenous growth model with learning by doing and intersectoral knowledge spillovers.

Our model exhibits no transitional dynamics because of constant returns to capital, the existence of only one state variable for each country, and the factor price equalization theorem.

By applying our model to the problem of aid and growth, we show that a Cited by: 4. The Impact of Intersectoral Labor Reallocation on Economic Growth - WP/0 0/ Created Date: 7/7/ AM. Ecuador has a long history of being resilient and fiercely a young and diverse population, the nation boasts an interesting mix of very distinct indigenous and imported official currency of Ecuador is the United States Dollar, so visitors with this currency will not need to exchange their stingly, Ecuadorians can vote as young as 16, but suffrage is.

Ecuador The Human Capital Index (HCI) database provides data at the country level for each of the components of the Human Capital Index as well as for the overall index, disaggregated by gender. The index measures the amount of human capital that a child born today can expect to attain by given the risks of poor health and poor.

Ecuador's economy is the eighth largest in Latin America and experienced an average growth of % per year between and In Januarythe Central Bank of Ecuador (BCE) put the growth forecast at %. GDP doubled between andreach million dollars according to BCE. Inflation rate up to January was located about %, the highest recorded in Currency: US dollar.

Ecuador: Political and Economic Conditions and U.S. Relations Congressional Research Service 3 independence has been weakened.5 Critics of the Correa presidency claim there has been a pattern of attacking the media through the courts and regulation, and allege that Ecuador’s courts are unduly influenced by the Size: KB.

After the global crisis ofthe Ecuadorian economy began to recover and grew by % inreaching % in Inthe economy remained robust, with a growth rate of %. This study investigates the contributions of the agricultural sector to Nigeria's economy by estimating a macroeconometric model which is a system of simultaneous equations that seeks to explain the behaviour of key economic variables at the aggregate level, based on the received theories of economics.

Within the context of the inter-linkages of the various sectors of the real economy, the. Economic Trivia: Ecuador's petroleum resources account for more than half of the country's earnings from exports.

Trade Source: United Nations Comtrade Note: Top 3 trade partners are calculated by imports + exports. Top 3 Trade Partners (): United States, China, and Colombia.

Ecuador - GDP Economy contracts for second consecutive quarter in Q4 The economy contracted for the second consecutive quarter in the fourth quarter offalling % on an annual basis, down from the revised % decline in Q3 (previously reported: % year-on-year) and marking the sharpest contraction since Q3 The fundamental challenges facing the country are identified within this book, and the solutions represent a break with the past: this is a proposal for an agenda with a broad, and integrated vision of economic, and social development in Ecuador.

As a central message, the book outlines that although economic growth is a necessary condition to. Introduction. Ecuador has a relatively low level of CO 2 emissions ( metric tons per capita) while Quatar, the world's largest CO 2 emitter per capita inemitted 44 metric tons per capita. At the same time Venezuela, the largest CO 2 emitter of Latin America, emitted metric tons per capita (World Bank, ).It is expected that the social and economic development in the coming Cited by:   Ecuador’s economic growth will slow to percent this year from an estimated percent inaccording to the median forecast of six economists surveyed by Bloomberg from Dec.

12 to. U.S. Government Resources Bureau of Economic Analysis Bureau of Labor Statistics CIA World Factbook Country Commercial Guides and Market Research Investment Climate Statement Special Report (PDF 2,KB) US Census Bureau USTR NEI – Ecuador USTR National Trade Estimate Report – Ecuador (PDF 1,KB) Other Resources Ecuador’s Ministry of Finance (Spanish).

The political dynamics of economic growth. Octo by admin-effect. elite commitment, growth, political settlements, service delivery. Comments are off. Working paper 5. Download pdf. Kunal Sen. Abstract. This paper is an assessment of what we know about the political determinants of economic growth.

It begins by setting out the. Early inEcuador, confronted with a serious economic and governance crises, adopted the U.S. dollar as its national currency. The economic situation was dire with high inflation, government intervention in the banking system including freezing of deposits to prevent further flight from the country, and large fiscal by: During Correa’s administration, oil prices explain not only Ecuador’s economic growth but also the economic downturns.

The correlation between real GDP growth and oil prices during that period is In contrast, between and the correlation falls to Graph 1 shows the real GDP growth and the WTI price from to Inthe Ecuadorian economy was among the best performing economies in Latin America with growth of 8% and single digit inflation rate.

SinceEcuador’s growth rate has been %, second only to Peru (7%) and way ahead of Brazil, which scored a relatively modest 4%. The statistic shows gross domestic product (GDP) in Ecuador from towith projections up until Gross domestic product (GDP) denotes the.

This is the first book that analyzes both the inside and outside of the black box using a general equilibrium framework. The book looks at what is outside the black box and provides models of path-dependent endogenous growth; examines the dynamics of the black box from the intersectoral perspective of the economy; and proposes an innovation.

"Aggregate demand shocks and economic growth" (with Jaime Ros), Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 18(1), March,"Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth in Less Developed Countries: An Empirical Study of Causality and Mechanisms" (with Mousumi Duttaray and Kajal Mukhopadhyay), Applied Economics, 40(15).

Quito, the capital of Ecuador, is the center of the political, economic and social activities of Ecuador. It is the second city of economic importance after Guayaquil. In Quito you can find the Government Palace, where the President lives and the main seed of public and private offices are established.USAID Assistant Administrator for Latin America and the Caribbean John Barsa Travels to Colombia and Ecuador USAID Administrator Mark Green's Visit to the Republic of Ecuador USAID Administrator Mark Green's Participation in a Press Availability Following MoU Signing with Ecuadorian Foreign Minister José Valencia Amores.Remittances from foreign workers, Ecuador’s second-largest source of external revenues, after petroleum, declined 12% due to the worsening economic conditions in the United States and Spain, the two most important origins for remittances.

According to official statistics, the real annual growth rate for Ecuador’s economy in was %.