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Source: Based on IFS data and OECD (2009a). 1787/888932337870 Fiscal aspects Historically, fiscal policy in the region has been at best acyclical, and often pro-cyclical: that is, in good economic times governments spend more and in bad times they cut back. This runs counter to conventional textbook recommendations for macroeconomic management, which counsel counter-cyclical fiscal policy, using government spending to ameliorate the worst effects of a recession for example. There is a political angle of course, but specifically economic problems for Latin America in running counter-cyclical policy include the small size of automatic stabilisers in the region and its relatively narrow scope for discretionary policy.
But from then on net purchases track the line for world savings, suggesting a clear channel of financial transmission into the region. 7 in each of Chile, Colombia and Brazil. The collapse of global savings in 2009 thus potentially created significant downward pressure on foreign investors’ net purchases in Latin America, and they certainly turned negative in all countries during the last quarter of 2008. But Latin American countries then bounced back, with purchases returning to pre-crisis levels in most countries over the three subsequent quarters.
In those countries that suffered (Argentina, Colombia, Dominican Republic and Uruguay), the ratio remains even today below its pre-crisis level. On the other hand, the analysis confirms that sound financial supervision and regulation can permit the ratio to expand in a sustainable way. In Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica and Mexico, the loans-to-income ratio has grown steadily over the last eight years without jeopardising loan quality or the solvency of the banking system. 16. Household loans to labour income (1996-2008) Colombia Chile Mexico Argentina Brazil Dominican Rep.