In the aftermath of hurricanes, earthquakes, and the COVID-19 pandemic, the priority must be to change the trajectory of Puerto Rico’s economy and provide its people with a more prosperous future. It is essential to eliminate barriers to economic development.
Study of economic development
There is no shortage of studies documenting what should be done to foster economic development in Puerto Rico. The Study of Economic Development includes a selection of key studies that may serve as a road map for future government administrations.
Third party indicators
Tracking our progress and how we compare with other economies around the world is critical. Third-Party Indicators allow us to assess where we are doing well, and most importantly, where we are lagging. This section contains a series of interactive dashboards that are useful tools for identifying our economy’s strengths and weaknesses.
Essays & reports
There are still many critical areas worth researching and discussing. As such, the Oversight Board has an ongoing series of Economic Development Essays & Reports on various subjects that are vital to achieving this goal.
Topics discussed include the importance of improving the availability of economic data to better guide policy, as well as analyzing in depth the existing data on unemployment to ensure residents are being provided real opportunities to return to the labor market.
For the past 50 years, every Puerto Rico government produced an economic development plan. Academia and the private sector added numerous studies. None of the
In Puerto Rico’s economy with low formal labor participation, structural reform must include reducing barriers to employment. Puerto Rico must improve education and develop high-quality
Author: Estudios Técnicos Inc. The report consists of an annotated bibliography of the most significant studies and economic development plans that have been published during