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Some Reflections on Comparative Latin American Economic Performance and Policy Albert Fishlow University of California, Berkeley August World Institute for Development Economics Research of the United Nations University.
Introduction There is an increasingly pervasive view that Latin American post-war development has been badly flawed. Some Reflections on Comparative Latin American Economic Performance and Policy. Author(s): Fishlow, Albert; US and EU Antitrust Policy for Cited by: Albert Fishlow, "Some Reflections on Comparative Latin American Economic Performance and Policy," WIDER Working Paper Series wp, World Institute for Development Economic Research (UNU-WIDER).Handle: RePEc:unu:wpaper:wp Fishlow, Albert, "Some Reflections on Comparative Latin American Economic Performance and Policy," Department of Economics, Working Paper Series qtwm, Department of Economics, Institute for Business and Economic Research, UC Berkeley.
Handle: RePEc:cdl:econwp:qtwm. Some Reflections on Comparative Latin American Economic Performance and Policy. By Albert Fishlow. Abstract. comparative economic development, Latin America, Asia, Economic History, Economics, Growth and Development, International Economics OAI identifier: Provided by: Author: Albert Fishlow.
Addressing policy, conflict management, Asian and Latin American economies, and labor market institutions in Asia and Latin America, this study is an important contribution to the debate on trade and financial liberalization.
Some Reflections on Comparative Latin American Economic Performance and Policy. By Albert Fishlow. Topics: comparative economic development, Latin Author: Albert Fishlow.
Some reflections on comparative Latin American economic performance and policy. By A. Fishlow and Helsinki (Finland) World Inst. for Development Economics Research. Topics: E10, ECONOMIC.
Addressing Social Heterogeneity: Comparative Policy and Performance in Latin America Some reflections on comparative Latin American economic performance and policy.
book Comparative Sociology. Comparative Policy and Performance and some conceptual Problems: A Latin American View with Glances at some Postcommunist Countries Author: Wolfgang Muno. Latin America's recent development performance calls for a multidisciplinary analytical tool kit. This handbook accordingly adopts a political-economy perspective to understand Latin American economies.
This perspective is Some reflections on comparative Latin American economic performance and policy. book new to the region; indeed, this volume consciously follows the approach pioneered by political economist Albert O.
Hirschman a half century ago. It argues that while descriptive of the social practices of the states and individuals that occupy different positions within African societies, the concept of neopatrimonialism has little analytical content and no predictive value with respect to economic policy and performance.
Fishlow, Albert, "Some Reflections on Comparative Latin American Economic Performance and Policy," Department of Economics, Working Paper Series qtwm, Department of Economics, Institute for Business and Economic Research, UC Berkeley.
This book is a detailed comparative analysis of development politics in four urban regions of Latin America, two in Mexico and two in Colombia. John Walton has based his studies on the assumption that the problems of economic growth are essentially political, that is, are problems of choice, decision-making, and the exercise of by: “Some reflections on comparative Latin American economic performance and policy,” Wider Working Papers; Johnson C.
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It is an excellent resource for scholars, students, and analysts. The authors include many of the most prominent and distinguished voices in the study of Latin American politics of recent decades.
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Handle: RePEc:unu:wpaper:wp This chapter focuses on the national economic policies in Latin America in historical perspective. It also reviews policies in the period up to World War II, a time when the economic policies in most Latin American countries were still guided by the classical theory of international trade.
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