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Neo-liberale Wirtschaftsordnung und wirtschaftliche Entwicklung in Lateinamerika

Rainer Schweickert

Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftspolitik, 1996, vol. 45, issue 2, 249-264

Abstract: Latin American countries could only avoid to fall further behind their East Asian competitors if they adopt neo-liberal reforms. This is because external help cannot substitute for internal reforms and because Latin American countries lack the basis for cooperative policy implementation which allows for East Asian style interventionism. The success of Argentina’s ‘Plan de Convertibilidad’ demonstrates that neo-liberal reforms even pay off in the short run.

Date: 1996
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