Finance for development : issues and trends
Changes in Latin America's financial system since 1990: comparisons with East Asia : Financial liberalization, crisis and the aftermath. Changes in ownership: public, private and foreign banks. Toward stability: regulation, supervision and the macroeconomic context. From banks to capital markets: new sources of finance
The impact of the new financial system on investment and access in Latin America : Chile: mixed ownership provides a new model. Mexico: foreign banks assume control. Brazil: public banks continue to play a key role
Policy recommendations for a stronger financial system : A policy agenda for the financial sector.