Proceedings of The 3rd International Conference on Business, Management and Economics
A Statistical Analysis of the Economies of Argentina and Chile, and a Measurement of their Interdependence
Pete Mavrokordatos and Stan Stascinsky
The purpose of this paper is to first do an extensive research about Chile and Argentina, two of the largest countries in Latin America. After the collection of all the information and the data, the authors will do a comparison of the two economies along with an economic analysis. In order to do this, the authors will present and discuss data for about twenty nine years, and this data will include things like the Gross Domestic Product, Exports and Imports, the unemployment rates, Growth rates, and the Inflation Rates. Also in the Appendix, we will run a number of regressions using our data, to measure they both have on each other.
Keywords: Argentina, Chile, Economies, Interdependence.