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2.1 The Latin American Context
2.2 What Reforms Were Undertaken and How Far They Have Gone
2.3.1 Economic Outcomes
2.3.2 Social Outcomes
2.3.3 Perceptions
2.3.4 Political outcomes of reform
3.1 Argentina
3.2 Brazil
3.3 Chile
3.4 Mexico9
3.5 Paraguay
3.6 Perú
3.7 Uruguay
3.8 Venezuela
4.1 The Initiation of the Reforms
4.2 Technocrats
4.3 Implementation
4.4 Stakeholders
4.5 Inclusiveness of the Political Process behind the Reforms
4.6 Neoliberalism by Surprise
4.8 Local Idiosyncrasies Conditioning the Reform Package and the
4.9 Feedbacks Between the Reforms and the Countries’ Political Processes
4.10 The Backlash Against Market-Oriented Reforms in Public Opinion and
5 Concluding Remarks: Quo Vadimus?
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17. FORTEZA Y TOMASSI, Understanding Reform in Latin America

17. FORTEZA Y TOMASSI, Understanding Reform in Latin America

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Published by: Paula Sierra on Dec 12, 2012
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