Latin America

Date of publication
June 2012

This study estimates the vulnerability
of Latin American agriculture to climate change using a
Ricardian analysis of both land values and net revenues.

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
August 2012

Housing is one of the most important
sectors of the economy -- in developing countries as in
richer ones -- with large positive externalities in terms of

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
February 2013

This report, Building Response
Strategies to Climate Change in Agricultural Systems in
Latin America, reports the results of action research to

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
April 2016

This study reports the results of “action research” to identify and prioritize stakeholder driven,

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
March 2012

This study analyzes the complicated and
dynamic nature of welfare differences across space. The

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
March 2012

This paper documents the trends in
infrastructure in major Latin American economies over the
last quarter century. Drawing from an expanded and updated

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
March 2012

Based on analysis of recent data on the
evolution of global temperatures, snow and ice covers, and
sea level rise, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
September 2014

Estimating the potential costs of
climate destabilization is not a trivial matter. Potential
climate impacts have multiple consequences, some of which

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
March 2012

The Paraguay-Parana rivers waterway
system (referred to in the text as the Hidrovia, or HPP) is
potentially the greatest axis for freight movement in the

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
May 2012

Income inequality in Latin America ranks
among the highest in the world. It can be traced back to
the unequal distribution of assets (especially land and

Publisher
World Bank Group

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