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Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Bloomsbury, 2016.
Series: History: Bloomsbury Academic Collections.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Lewis and Able examine the economic relationship between Latin America and the 'advanced' countries since their independence from Spanish and Portuguese rule. They reinterpret the significance of Latin America's external connections through juxtaposing Latin America and the British scholars from different ideological and intellectual backgrounds. This work is of considerable importance in promoting comparative work  Read more...
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Latin america, economic imperialism and the state.
[Place of publication not identified] : Bloomsbury, 2016
(OCoLC)903510597
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
ISBN: 9781474241632 1474241638
OCLC Number: 919343804
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: ""Cover""; ""Half-title""; ""Title""; ""Copyright""; ""Contents""; ""List of Tables""; ""List of Maps""; ""Notes on Contributors""; ""Acknowledgements""; ""1 General Introduction""; ""Section I: The Debate""; ""2 Dependency and the historian: further objections""; ""3 Dependency revisited""; ""4 The hegemonic form of the political: a thesis""; ""Section II: The Aftermath of Independence""; ""5 Introduction""; ""6 The transition from colonialism in Colombia, 1819-1875""; ""7 Protectionism and industrialization in Mexico, 1821-1854: the case of Puebla"" ""8 Economic policy and growth in Chile from independence to the War of the Pacific""""Section III: The Classical Age of Imperialism""; ""9 Introduction""; ""10 The state and business practice in Argentina, 1862-1914""; ""11 Railways and industrialization: Argentina and Brazil, 1870-1929""; ""12 External forces and the transformation of Peruvian coastal agriculture, 1880-1930""; ""13 British imperialism in Uruguay: the public utility companies and the batllista state, 1900-1930""; ""Section IV: The Era of Disputed Hegemony""; ""14 Introduction"" ""15 The political economy of revolutionary Mexico, 1900-1940""""16 External disequilibrium and internal industrialization: Chile, 1914-1935""; ""17 Politics and the economy of the Dominican Republic, 1890-1930""; ""18 Dependency, historiography and objections to the Roca Pact""; ""19 Anglo-Brazilian economic relations and the consolidation of American pre-eminence in Brazil, 1930-1945""; ""Section V: The New Order""; ""20 Introduction""; ""21 The US, the Cold War and Perón""; ""22 Latin America and the new international division of labour; a critique of some recent views"" ""23 State, multinationals and the working class in Brazil and Mexico""""24 Foreign finance and capital accumulation in Latin America: a critical approach""; ""25 A reappraisal of the role of primary exports in Latin America""; ""26 Transnational corporations, comparative advantage and food security in Latin America""; ""27 Bibliography""; ""28 Index""
Series Title: History: Bloomsbury Academic Collections.

Abstract:

Lewis and Able examine the economic relationship between Latin America and the 'advanced' countries since their independence from Spanish and Portuguese rule. They reinterpret the significance of Latin America's external connections through juxtaposing Latin America and the British scholars from different ideological and intellectual backgrounds. This work is of considerable importance in promoting comparative work in development studies of Latin America and the Third World.

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