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by Henry Kirsch

  • ISBN: 0813005639
  • Category: Money & Business
  • Author: Henry Kirsch
  • Subcategory: Small Business & Entrepreneurship
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Univ Pr of Florida (June 1, 1977)
  • Pages: 210 pages
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the multi-stranded Latin American development school are. examined: the debate on reform. both argue against neoclassical and modernization theory and that. they define underdevelopment as being the outcome of a process. or. revolution, the structuralist or centre-. periphery paradigm, the analyses on internal colonialism and marginality, and the dependency studies. Wherever relevant the key differing positions. within the Latin American school are presented. poles of the world system (. both the centre and the periphery). They argue that underdeveloped countries have peculiarities.

Journal of Latin American Studies. Volume 12, Issue 1. May 1980, pp. 203-204. Pp. xi + 210. William F. Slater (a1). California State Unitiersity, Long Beach.

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The Conflict of Entrepreneurship and Modernization in Chile by Henry W. Kirsch. Class Conflict and Economic Development in Chile, 1958-1973 by Barbara Stallings; Economic Democracy: Workers' Participation in Chilean Industry, 1970-1973 by Juan Espinosa, Andrew Zimbalist. Class Conflict and Economic Development in Chile, 1958-1973 by Barbara Stallings; Economic Democracy: Workers' Participation in Chilean Industry, 1970-1973 by Juan Espinosa, Andrew Zimbalist (pp. 210-212).

This is a persistent source of strain and conflict in modern societies. Such a condition is not confined to the internal development of individual states. It can be seen on a global scale, as modernization extends outward from its original Western base to take in the whole world.



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