Mr. Laso, Advisor, Western Hemisphere Department, is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles, and of the Central University of Ecuador. He was formerly a member of the faculty of the Central University of Ecuador, Minister of Economy of Ecuador, and Chief of the Economic Research Department of the Central Bank of Ecuador.
This is a revised version of a paper presented to the Fifth Meeting of Technicians of Central Banks of the American Continent held in Bogota in November 1957.
See Paul Vinelli, “The Currency and Exchange System of Honduras,” Staff Papers, Vol. I (1950–51), pp. 420–31.
“Monetary Policy in Latin America,” Monthly Review of Credit and Business Conditions (Federal Reserve Bank of New York), April 1956, p. 50.
See Jorge Marshall, “Advance Deposits on Imports,” Staff Pavers, Vol. VI (1957–58), pp. 239–57.
“Uso de las Reservas Interaacionales para Propósitos de Desarrollo Economicó,” Proceedings, Fourth Meeting of Technicians of Central Banks of the American Continent (Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, D. C, 1955), pp. 682–83. This paper was presented by the Costa Rican delegation to the Fourth Meeting, May 1954.
Decree No. 65 (June 19, 1934), Article 3; see Ley de FundaciAsociaciónn y Estatutos del Banco Central de Reserva de El Salvador (San Salvador, El Salvador), p. 34,
“Monetary and Banking Reform in Guatemala,” Federal Reserve Bulletin (Washington, D.C.), March 1946, p. 257.
Ibid, p. 257.
Ibid, p. 270.
Ibid, p. 283.
For a fuller account of the events that preceded the establishment of the Central Bank of Honduras, see Paul Vinelli, op. cit.