CEPAL

AcronymDefinition
CEPALComision Economica Para America Latina y el Caribe (Spanish: Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean; UN)
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Osvaldo Rosales, "Crisis Internacional y Oportunidades para la Cooperacion Regional," CEPAL, Serie de Comercio Internacional, no.
24) Osvaldo Rosales, "Globalization and the new international trade environment," CEPAL Review no.
Voir Anne-Sophie Savignat, << Les premiers travaux de Raul Prebisch a la CEPAL >> (2001) 29:113-114 Mondes en Developpement 13.
CEPAL (2006) Migracion internacional, derechos humanos y desarrollo en America Latina, 31[degrees] periodo de sesiones, Montevideo, Uruguay.
They dedicated CEPAL to the pursuit of basic human rights for Palestinian refugees in Lebanon by increasing access to education and by raising awareness in Canada about the plight of refugees, such as appeals for the right of return according to UN Security Council Resolution 194.
Perez, Carlota (2001) "Technological change and opportunities for development as a moving target," CEPAL Review 75, 109-130.
Palmer, 2001, Pension Reform in Europe in the 90's and Lessons for Latin America, Serie Financiamiento del Desarrollo 114 CEPAL.
CEPAL 1990 Balance preliminar de la economia de America Latina y el Caribe.
CEPAL (1990) points out that although the regional economy stopped growing in the 1980s, the population of the area increased from 362 million inhabitants in 1980 to 426 million in 1990.
At the level of ideas, significant currents advanced Latin American consciousness, such as the developmentalist ideology of CEPAL and dependency theory, which led to a revival of Marxism.
CEPAL estimated measures of "equivalent unemployment"--open unemployment plus underemployment--for the mid-1990s at about a third of the labor force (at that time, open unemployment was about 7-8%).