by Juan Carlos Mendez G. in Santiago, Chile .
|Statement||Juan Carlos Me ndez ; translated by Ann M. Gain de Gonza lez and Jaime Palacios F..|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||170|
Having served as an assistant to the manager of the Chilean Central Bank and, later, to Allende's economic adviser, Boorstein (The Economic Transformation of Cuba) is better equipped than other American Chile-watchers for this sort of book. After a condensed but helpful summary of significant trends in Chilean economic and political history Cited by: Ffrench-Davis' book is the most authoritative book on the Chilean economy and is a must read for those in Latin America and far beyond. French-Davis challenges the idea that the Chicago Boy/Washington Consensus way is the Chilean by: This book provides an in-depth analysis of neo-liberal and progressive economic reforms and policies implemented in Chile since the Pinochet dictatorship. The core thesis of the book is that there is not just 'one Chilean economic model', but that several have been in . The sobering truth of the matter is that the only thing to blame is the dynamic, causal unfolding of system expression itself on the cultural level. In other words, none of us create or do anything in isolation – it’s impossible. We are system-bound both physically and psychologically; a continuum.
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