The Latin American State

@inproceedings{Fishlow1990TheLA,
  title={The Latin American State},
  author={Albert Fishlow},
  year={1990}
}
The role of the state in Latin American economic development is undergoing fundamental reconsideration. Even while political scientists have been bringing the state back in, economists have been busy trying to take it out (Evans, Rueschmeyer and Skocpol, 1985). Reduced government intervention has seemingly been the winning side. Earlier presumptions about the clear benefits of public guidance no longer orient development strategy in most countries in the region. Instead, there is new vitality… CONTINUE READING

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