VII Conferencia Anual del Banco Central de Chile

Labor Markets and Institutions

Santiago, Chile, November 6 and 7, 2003

Keynote Speech

Keynote Speech

Olivier BlanchardEconomics Department, MIT

Session 1

Distribution, Efficiency and Labor Market Regulation: Theory, OECD and Latin America

Giuseppe BertolaEuropean University Institute, Universitá di Torino, CEPR

Labor Market Regulations and Income Inequality: Evidence for a Panel of Countries

César CalderónCentral Bank of Chile

Alberto ChongIADB

Rodrigo ValdésCentral Bank of Chile

Growth and Labor Market

César CalderónCentral Bank of Chile

Alberto ChongIADB

Unemployment–Poverty Trade–offs

Pierre Richard AgenorWorld Bank and Yale University

Session 2

Recent Evolution of Labor Markets in Europe

Gilles Saint PaulToulouse University

Targeted Employment Programs and Temporary Contracts

Juan F. JimenoFEDEA and Universidad de Alcalá

Session 3

Trade Liberalization and Labor Market Evolution

Olga FuentesBoston University

Simon GilchristBoston University

Wage Income Dynamics in Chile

Andrea RepettoUniversidad de Chile

Cristóbal HuneeusStanford University

Labor Market Dynamics in Chile: An International Perspective

Elias AlbagliCentral Bank of Chile

Pablo GarcíaCentral Bank of Chile

Jorge RestrepoCentral Bank of Chile

Session 4

Microeconomic Flexibility in Chile

Ricardo CaballeroMIT

Eduardo EngelYALE

Alejandro MiccoIADB

Who Benefits from Labor Market Regulations? Chile 1960-1998

Claudio MontenegroWorld Bank

Carmen PagésIADB