Cómo se rezagó la América Latina : ensayos sobre las historias económicas de Brasil y México, 1800-1914 (Book, 2000) [WorldCat.org]
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Cómo se rezagó la América Latina : ensayos sobre las historias económicas de Brasil y México, 1800-1914

Author: Stephen Haber
Publisher: México : Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2000.
Series: Trimestre económico., Lecturas ;, 89.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Spanish : 1. ed. en españolView all editions and formats
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In 1800, the per capita income of the United States was twice that of Mexico and roughly the same as Brazil s. By 1913, it was four times greater than Mexico s and seven times greater than Brazil's.  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen Haber
ISBN: 0804727384 9780804727389
OCLC Number: 248497081
Notes: Enth. 9 Beitr.
Description: 363 Seiten.
Contents: Contents 1. HABER STEPHEN 2. LEFF NATHANIEL H. 3. CARDENAS ENRIQUE 4. SUMMERHILL WILLIAM 5. MARICHAL CARLOS 6. HABER STEPHEN 7. CHOWNING MARGARET 8. SALVUCCI RICHARD J. 9. HABER STEPHEN KLEIN HERBERT S. 10. ENGERMAN STANLEY L. SOKOLOFF KENNETH L.
Series Title: Trimestre económico., Lecturas ;, 89.
Responsibility: Stephen Haber (comp.).

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"This outstanding book is a major event in the modernization of Latin American economic history, the first anthology of the work of leading 'new economic historians' of Latin America."-John H. Read more...

 
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