Constrained integration in Latin America: analysis based on a twenty-first-century centre-periphery vision

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cepal.topicEngPRODUCTIVITY
cepal.topicEngREGIONAL INTEGRATION
cepal.topicEngSTRUCTURAL CHANGE
cepal.topicEngTRADE POLICY AND TRADE AGREEMENTS
cepal.topicSpaCAMBIO ESTRUCTURAL
cepal.topicSpaINTEGRACIÓN REGIONAL
cepal.topicSpaPOLÍTICA COMERCIAL Y ACUERDOS COMERCIALES
cepal.topicSpaPRODUCTIVIDAD
cepal.workareaEngECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
cepal.workareaSpaDESARROLLO ECONÓMICO
dc.contributor.authorChiliatto-Leite, Marcos Vinicius
dc.coverage.spatialEngCHILE
dc.coverage.spatialEngLATIN AMERICA
dc.coverage.spatialSpaAMERICA LATINA
dc.coverage.spatialSpaCHILE
dc.date.accessioned2021-09-01T16:43:23Z
dc.date.available2021-09-01T16:43:23Z
dc.date.issued2021-04-30
dc.description.abstractThe early twenty-first century in Latin America was characterized by a “pink tide”, in which a reorientation of national policies produced positive social outcomes and changed both the regional order and the role of regional integration in the different countries. Alongside this process, the international economy provided relief from the external constraint, which meant that growth paths were not interrupted by balance-of-payments crises. Nonetheless, the progress made in regional integration falls well short of political intentions. This article posits that major transformations occurring at the centre of the international economy prevented the region’s production structure from becoming more diversified. Unfortunately, as existing production structures were reproduced (or reprimarized), external engagement outside the region became deeper and Latin American integration remained constrained and confined to a secondary role.
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dc.relation.translationRecordIntegración constreñida en América Latina: análisis a partir de una visión centro-periferia en el siglo XXI
dc.relation.translationUrihttps://hdl.handle.net/11362/47076
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dc.subject.unbisEngECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
dc.subject.unbisEngECONOMIC INTEGRATION
dc.subject.unbisEngPERIPHERAL CAPITALISM
dc.subject.unbisEngREGIONALISM
dc.subject.unbisEngDEVELOPMENT MODELS
dc.subject.unbisEngPRODUCTIVITY
dc.subject.unbisEngECONOMIC DEPENDENCE
dc.subject.unbisEngINTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS
dc.subject.unbisSpaDESARROLLO ECONOMICO
dc.subject.unbisSpaINTEGRACION ECONOMICA
dc.subject.unbisSpaCAPITALISMO PERIFERICO
dc.subject.unbisSpaREGIONALISMO
dc.subject.unbisSpaMODELOS DE DESARROLLO
dc.subject.unbisSpaPRODUCTIVIDAD
dc.subject.unbisSpaDEPENDENCIA ECONOMICA
dc.subject.unbisSpaRELACIONES ECONOMICAS INTERNACIONALES
dc.titleConstrained integration in Latin America: analysis based on a twenty-first-century centre-periphery vision
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