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Escuela de verano sobre economías latinoamericanas 2019

Módulo Macroeconomía - Bibliografía obligatoria

Los artículos/capítulos marcados con * son lectura obligatoria. Se recomienda encarecidamente la lectura de las otras referencias.
The papers/chapters marked with * are required readings. The others are strongly recommended.

Araujo, R. A., & Lima, G. T. (2007). A structural economic dynamics approach to balance-of-payments-constrained growth. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 31(5), 755–774.

* Blecker, R. A. (2010). Open economy models of distribution and growth. In E. Hein & E. Stockhammer (Eds.), A Modern Guide to Keynesian Macroeconomics and Economic Policies. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Retrieved from

* Blecker, R. A. (2013). Long-run growth in open economies: export-led cumulative causation or a balance-of-payments constraint. In G. Harcourt & Kriesler (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Post-Keynesian Economics, Volume 1: Critiques and Methodology (p. 390). Retrieved from

Cimoli, M., & Porcile, G. (2014). Technology, structural change and BOP-constrained growth: a structuralist toolbox. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 38(1), 215–237.

Cimoli, M., Porcile, G., & Rovira, S. (2010). Structural change and the BOP-constraint: why did Latin America fail to converge? Cambridge Journal of Economics, 34(2), 389–411.

Frenkel, R., & Rapetti, M. (2011). A Concise History of Exchange Rate Regimes in Latin America’. In J. A. Ocampo & J. Ros, The Oxford Handbook of Latin American Economics. OUP Oxford.

Kregel, J. A. (2016). Financial Stability and Secure Currency in a Modern Context. Retrieved from

Lavoie, M. (2014). Post-Keynesian Economics. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Retrieved from

Lavopa, A. (2015). Structural transformation and economic development. Can development traps be avoided? | UNU-MERIT. UNU-MERIT, Maastricht. Retrieved from

Moreno Brid, J. C. (2003). Capital flows, interest payments and the balance-of-payments constrained growth model: a theoretical and empirical analysis. Metroeconomica, 54(2–3), 346–365.

* Ocampo, J. A. (2013). Balance of payments dominance: Its implications for macroeconomic policy. Retrieved from

Ocampo, J. A., Rada, C., & Taylor, L. (2009). Growth and policy in developing countries: a structuralist approach. New York, NY: Columbia University Press. Retrieved from

Palma, J. G. (2008). Flying-geese and waddling-ducks: the different capabilities of East Asia and Latin America to ‘demand-adapt’and ‘supply-upgrade’their export productive capacity. In M. Cimoli, G. Dosi, & J. E. Stiglitz (Eds.), Industrial policy and development : the political economy of capabilities accumulation. Retrieved from

Razmi, A., Rapetti, M., & Skott, P. (2012). The real exchange rate and economic development. Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 23(2), 151–169.

Saviotti, P. P., & Frenken, K. (2008). Export variety and the economic performance of countries. Journal of Evolutionary Economics; Heidelberg, 18(2), 201–218.

* Setterfield, M. (2009). Neoclassical Growth Theory and Heterodox Growth Theory: Opportunities For (and Obstacles To) Greater Engagement. Retrieved from

Storm, S., & Naastepad, C. W. M. (2015). Crisis and recovery in the German economy: The real lessons. Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 32, 11–24.

Verspagen, B. (1993). Uneven growth between interdependent economies: An evolutionary view on technology gaps, trade and growth (Doctoral thesis). Maastricht University. Retrieved from


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