For decades, Central America has faced market dependency, natural disasters, and political systems characterized by protectionist policies and low participation--situations that have had a tremendous impact on its economic development.
This two-volume set is a comprehensive assessment of Central America's position in the world economy, and it serves as a handbook for the important economic reforms Central America must undertake to become a viable competitor in the international economy.
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Felipe Larraín B. is Professor of Economics at the Universidad Católica de Chile and former Director of the Central America Project at the Harvard Institute for International Development, Harvard University.
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Book Description John F. Kennedy School of Government Harvard Univ., Cambridge, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 405pp. Harvard Studies in International Development series. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾". Bookseller Inventory # 076154