Accumulation, Adjustment and the Autonomy of the State in Latin America

Part of the Latin American Studies Series book series (LASS)


It is generally recognised that the history of Latin American development in the last half century has been dominated by the presence of the state. Less common, however, is the attempt at systematically exploring the links between specific forms of government economic intervention and variations in the fundamental characteristics of the Latin American state, including its relationship with civil society.


International Monetary Fund Real Wage Capital Accumulation Latin American Country External Debt 
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