Threats to Latin America's Market Model?
KURT WEYLAND discusses the political sustainability of Latin America’s new market model. He argues that despite its disappointing socioeconomic performance thus far, the new development scheme has retained significant popular support. Furthermore, stringent economic constraints make significant deviations from market-oriented policies costly and unattractive, as case studies of contemporary Brazil, Argentina, and Venezuela show.
Challenging Neoliberalism in Latin America, Eduardo Silva Reviewed by KURT WEYLAND
Rethinking Venezuelan Politics: Class, Conflict, and the Chávez Phenomenon, Steve Ellner Reviewed by KURT WEYLAND
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