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Bursting the Microfinance Bubble:: On Fragile Claims to Post-Capitalist Governance In Venezuela and Bolivia

Monica Cepak

ISBN 10: 3843373582 / ISBN 13: 9783843373586
Published by LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2010
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Title: Bursting the Microfinance Bubble:: On ...

Publisher: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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Post-capitalist declarations aside, Venezuela's President Hugo Chávez and Bolivian President Evo Morales have both recently introduced their own state-run microfinance banks. To fully grasp the nature of the Bolivarian Revolution's "new" social economic paradigm, it is first necessary though to consider how and why capitalist systems differ in an institutional manner. Accordingly, the following research will employ a French Regulation School theoretical scope, which offers a holistic, systematic approach for explaining productive logics, in particular, capitalist evolution or non-evolution over time. Attempts to classify the diverse nature of capitalist varieties in today's neoliberal era have, in fact, largely ignored the Third World experience. By mapping the interactions between growth patterns, institutional compromises and social norms underpinning periods of capitalist stability in Latin America, this paper will move beyond current theorization on the historical trajectory of capitalism to identify a hybrid, rentier growth model.

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Monica Cepak is a young author with a degree in Political Science from Princeton University, having specialized in Latin American as well as Russian Studies. After receiving a scholarship from the European Commission, she embarked on a Masters Program in Public Policy and today has completed studies in Development and International Relations.

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