Latin America's Poor Economic Performance Article Review by Top Papers

Latin America's Poor Economic Performance
A review of the article "The Rise and Fall of the Developmental State in Latin America" by Peter H. Smith.
# 135307 | 750 words | 1 source | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Latin-American Studies (General)


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The paper examines how in the article "The Rise and Fall of the Developmental State in Latin America", Peter H. Smith argues that Latin America's poor economic performance could be linked to three factors: the imperfect structure of the Latin American state; the ill-defined economic goals of the Latin American state; and, finally, Latin America's "disadvantageous" location within the world economy. The paper discusses Smith's thesis that "Latin America's developmental problems have arisen not so much from the state or state intervention per se but mostly from" the influence of the aforementioned factors.

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"In his article entitled "The Rise and Fall of the Developmental State in Latin America", Peter H. Smith argues that Latin America's poor economic performance could be linked to three factors: the imperfect structure of the Latin American state; the ill-defined economic goals of the Latin American state; and, finally, Latin America's "disadvantageous" location within the world economy. Smith's thesis is that "Latin America's developmental problems have arisen not so much from the state or state...""

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"Latin America's Poor Economic Performance" 01 December 2007. Web. 28 October. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/article-review/latin-america-poor-economic-performance-135307/>

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