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Latin American Development Debate:…

Latin American Development Debate: Neostructuralism, Neomonetarism, and…

by Patricio Meller

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In the 1980s Latin America experienced the second worst economic crisis of the century. In this book economists from Latin America examine strategies of development in light of new theoretical knowledge. In addition, they critically review the adjustment processes applied in various countries. This book offers an analysis of the causes of the crisis and an assessment of economic measures that might prove viable in promoting democracy, social justice and a growing economy.

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