Post‐neoliberalism in Latin America: Rebuilding and Reclaiming the State after Crisis

  title={Post‐neoliberalism in Latin America: Rebuilding and Reclaiming the State after Crisis},
  author={Jean Grugel and P{\'i}a Riggirozzi},
  journal={Development and Change},
The idea that states should take on an enhanced role in the pursuit of development is once again becoming increasingly pronounced in the global South. In Latin America, the ‘return of the state’ is associated with neostructuralism or post-neoliberalism and the rise of the New Left. Post-neoliberal projects of governance seek to retain elements of the previous export-led growth model whilst introducing new mechanisms for social inclusion and welfare. In addition to being a project of growth… Expand

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