2 edition of ECLA and the formation of Latin American economic doctrine in the nineteenforties found in the catalog.
ECLA and the formation of Latin American economic doctrine in the nineteenforties
E. V. K. Fitzgerald
|Series||Working paper series ;, no. 106, Working papers series (Institute of Social Studies (Netherlands)) ;, no. 106.|
|LC Classifications||HB122 .F58 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21, 8 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||92168860|
WHIS Unit 6 Review. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. alyssa_brianna_haw. Terms in this set (61) Which economic problem did many Latin American nations face in the years following World War II? Trade deficits, lack of investment capital, and wide gaps between rich and poor. in one Latin American country after another (as reflected in ECLA's own analvsis revised in my book Lumpenbourgeoisie), while the Cuban Revolution pointed to a radically different alternative strategy (also reflected in some of this author's other writings, particularly in my Latin Am-erica: Underdevelopment or .
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FitzGerald, E.V.K., "ECLA and the formation of Latin American economic doctrine in the nineteenforties," ISS Working Papers - General SeriesInternational Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam (ISS), The Hague. Handle: RePEc:ems:euriss FitzGerald, E.V.K. ECLA and the formation of Latin American economic doctrine in the Working Paper Series / General Series (Vol.
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By E.V.K. FitzGerald. Topics: Latin America, economic thought, international economic relations, international trade Author: E.V.K. FitzGerald. 4 ECLA and the Formation of Latin American Economic Doctrine My thanks are due to Edgardo Floto for our original conversations on the topic at Cambridge over a decade ago; Joseph Love and Cristóbal Kay for helpful comments on an earlier draft; and Sylvia Raw for her generous gift of Celso Furtado's postmodernist autobiography A fantasia organizada.
ECLA AND THE FORMATION OF LATIN AMERICAN ECONOMIC DOCTRINE. FitzGerald. A Summary In a Nutshell. There were important external events that led to the formation of economic policy in LA centred on ISI: the manufacturing drive that occurred during WWII due to lack of movement of capital goods.
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periphery is dominated by industrial center Perón populist leader. gained support from workers. rapid unionization of industrial sector.Economic Doctrines in Latin America: Origins, Embedding and Evolution (St Antony's Series) by Rosemary Thorp (Editor), Valpy FitzGerald (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important?
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Hardcover.Latin American Economic System (SELA), Spanish Sistema Económico Latinoamericano, association formed to promote economic cooperation and development throughout the region of Latin ished in through the Panama Convention, SELA succeeded the Special Committee for Latin American Coordination (CECLA).