Why Have All Development Strategies Failed in Latin America ?

  • Guillermo Rozenwurcel
  • Published 2006


After the Great Depression and throughout the rest of the twentieth century, Latin American countries basically approached economic development following two successive and quite opposed strategies. The first one was import substitution industrialization. The second was the so-called Washington Consensus approach. While the two views were founded on quite… (More)

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