Imperialist Capitalism in the Third World: Theory and Evidence From Colombia

  title={Imperialist Capitalism in the Third World: Theory and Evidence From Colombia},
  author={R. Fern{\'a}ndez},
  journal={Latin American Perspectives},
  pages={38 - 64}
One of the key theoretical questions regarding contemporary imperialism has been the evaluation of the effects of international monopoly capitalism on the economies of Third World countries. Differences in the interpretation of the data have often been the result of differences in theoretical approach. This discussion of the consequences of imperialism has progressed through a series of interesting and prolonged debates on questions such as: Is the underdevelopment of Latin America a… Expand

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