Juan M. Graña is a research associate of the Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Tecnicas (CONICET) at the Centro de Estudios sobre Población, Empleo y Desarrollo (CEPED), Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas Julio H. G. Olivera, and Professor of National Accounts at the University of Buenos Aires. He holds a PhD in Economics from University of Buenos Aires. His research fields are Development and Labor Economics.

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Why Wages Are Stagnating in Latin America

Article | Oct 19, 2018

William Lazonick has shown how the doctrine of “shareholder value” has hurt wages in the United States. But in Latin America, where family corporations dominate, the story is more complicated.