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Impact evaluation of small and medium enterprise programs in Latin America and the Caribbean

Gladys Lopez Acevedo

Impact evaluation of small and medium enterprise programs in Latin America and the Caribbean

by Gladys Lopez Acevedo

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Published by World Bank in Washington DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Business enterprises,
  • Small business

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementGladys López Acevedo, Hong Tan
    ContributionsTan, Hong, World Bank
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD2346.L38 L67 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24842575M
    ISBN 109780821387757, 9780821387764
    LC Control Number2011015190

    World Bank data, financing, and know-how have helped more than 20 million MSMEs to manage risks, survive cash-flow constraints, and to grow, creating jobs and raising incomes. The Bank helps more than 60 countries support MSMEs. This paper describes the performance of small and medium-sized manufacturing enterprises (SMEs) in 10 Latin American countries under the New Economic Model (NEM). Based on an original databank, the authors analyze SME performance in relation to production, employment and productivity, and in comparison to larger by:

    The study covers eight countries in Latin America and over 1, firms surveyed. As SMEs represent over 95 percent of all firms in Latin America, provide between 40 and 60 percent of all jobs, and account for 30 to 50 percent of GDP, their behavior can have a significant impact on society and the environment. Social and Environmental Responsibility in Small and Medium Enterprises in Latin America. He is the author of a book on corpor ate financial evaluation and numerous articles in.

    THE OECD AND LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN. 5 Statistics were sourced from the World Bank, ECLAC, and OAS, in addition to OECD data. For specific citations, see the Annex, page THE OECD AND LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN l Regional exports are highly concentrated in commodities – for example, five products, all of them commodities. Latin America’s small and medium-sized enterprises: the human capital challenge s the skills and talents of their work-forces become more central to firms’ survival and success in an increasingly competitive marketplace, attracting and cultivating human capital2 is one of File Size: 1MB.


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Impact evaluation of small and medium enterprise programs in Latin America and the Caribbean by Gladys Lopez Acevedo Download PDF EPUB FB2

Abstract This report was co-funded by research grant from the World Bank's research committee for a regional study evaluating Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Support Programs in Latin America and support from the poverty reduction and economic management division of the Latin America and Caribbean Region of the World Bank.

Small and medium enterprise (SME) support programs are a common feature of industrial policy in developing countries, but one whose effectiveness is not well known. Governments are motivated to support SMEs both because they make up the majority of industrial enterprises and contribute substantially to GDP, employment and earnings, and because.

Impact evaluation of small and medium enterprise programs in Latin America and the Caribbean (English) Abstract. This report was co-funded by research grant from the World Bank's research committee for a regional study evaluating Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Support Programs in Latin America and support from the poverty reduction and economic management division Cited by: Downloadable.

This report was co-funded by research grant from the World Bank's research committee for a regional study evaluating Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Support Programs in Latin America and support from the poverty reduction and economic management division of the Latin America and Caribbean Region of the World Bank.

The objective of the study was to rigorously evaluate SME. This report was co-funded by research grant from the World Bank's research committee for a regional study evaluating Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Support Programs in Latin America and support from the poverty reduction and economic management division of the Latin America and Caribbean Region of the World by: Impact Evaluation of Small and Medium Enterprise Programs in Latin America and the Caribbean [López-Acevedo, Gladys, Tan, Hong W.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Impact Evaluation of Small and Medium Enterprise Programs in Latin America and the CaribbeanFormat: Paperback. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: color illustrations ; 28 cm: Contents: Motivation, methodology and main findings --A review of recent SME program impact evaluation studies --Evaluating SME support programs in Chile using panel firm data --Evaluating small and medium enterprise support programs in.

Impact evaluation of SME programs in Latin America and Caribbean (English) Abstract. This report is the product of a research project rigorously evaluating the net impacts of participation in small and medium enterprise (SME) programs in four Latin American countries, Chile, Mexico, Colombia, and by: Get this from a library.

Impact evaluation of small and medium enterprise programs in Latin America and the Caribbean. [Gladys Lopez Acevedo; Hong Tan; World Bank.;] -- Small and medium enterprise (SME) support programs are a common feature of industrial policy in developing countries, but one whose effectiveness is not well known.

Governments are motivated to. Impact Evaluation. of Small and Medium. Enterprise Programs in Latin America and the Caribbean. Editors Gladys L贸pez-Acevedo Hong W. Tan. Impact evaluation of SME programs in LAC / Gladys Lopez-Acevedo, Hong Tan.

-- The World Bank, p.: il. – (Report No. LAC) /L63 1. Small and Medium Enterprise - Monitoring and Evaluation – Mexico.

Small and Medium Enterprise - Monitoring and File Size: 6MB. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Impact Evaluation of Small and Medium Enterprise Programs in Latin America and t at the best online prices at. Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) The Success Factors of Manufacturing Firms in Caribbean Small Island States.

A Look at Barbados International Cooperation • International Trade • Economic Policy. The European Union and Latin America and the Caribbean in. The impact evaluation of cluster development programs: methods and practices / editors, Alessandro Maffioli, Carlo Pietrobelli, and Rodolfo Stucchi.

Includes bibliographic references. (Paperback) (PDF) 1. Industrial clusters-Latin America. Business networks-Latin America. Industrial policy-Latin. Latin America’s small and medium-sized enterprises: the organisational challenge esponding to globalisation, firms in Latin America often seek to target new export niches, move up the value chain to more sophisti-cated processes or compete with ever larger competitors in cut-throat domestic and international markets.

Oth-File Size: 1MB. Evaluation in Latin America and the Caribbean: Selected Experience (Socio-economic studies) on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Evaluation in Latin America and the Caribbean: Selected Experience (Socio-economic studies). Interest in Impact Evaluation (IE) has grown rapidly in Latin America and the Caribbean.

However, rigorous impact evaluations are still very much concentrated in a few countries (Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, and Peru to a certain extent). This study looks at the. IFC Financing to Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises in Latin America and the Caribbean Key Highlights IFC is working to develop solutions to close the micro, small, and medium enterprise (MSME1) financing gap, collaborating with 65 financial institutions (FIs) across 20 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) region.

DOI: /SX(00) Corpus ID: Small and Medium-Sized Manufacturing Enterprises in Latin America and the Caribbean Under the New Economic Model @inproceedings{PeresSmallAM, title={Small and Medium-Sized Manufacturing Enterprises in Latin America and the Caribbean Under the New Economic Model}, author={Wilson Peres and Giovanni.

Primary Studies That Focus on the Impact of Nutrition Programs. 56 Table 9. Primary Studies That Early Grade Reading in Latin America and the Caribbean—vii. Abbreviations. AIR. Latin America and the Caribbean. LLECE. Latin American Laboratory for Assessment of the Quality of Education.

Small and medium-sized enterprises provide the vast majority of employment in developing countries and are keystones in the productive structures of emerging economies. This column argues that the growth of such firms is being hindered by scarce financing.

Looking at Latin America, it is clear that public financial institutions are increasingly important in meeting credit.role of small and medium enterprises in job creation and economic growth.

However the lack of consistent indicators at the country level restricts extensive cross-country analyses of lending to small and medium enterprises.

This paper introduces a new dataset to fill this gap in the small and medium enterprise data Size: KB.Small firms in Latin America and the Caribbean should be able to take advantage of global niche markets using ICT.

Emerging technologies such as advanced manufacturing will transform global supply chains, with potentially revolutionary effects on economic geography—though the indirect effects of such change makes it nearly impossible to quantify.