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ORTIZ MENA: El desarrollo estabilizador y su principal artífice


  • Turrrent Díaz, Eduardo


La reciente publicación del libro de Antonio Ortiz Mena, El desarrollo estabilizador: Reflexiones sobre una época FCE, CM, 1998) ha revivido el debate acerca de un periodo clave de la historia económica de México del siglo XX. ¿Cómo se procedió para que la economía nacional tuviese un desempeño tan sobresaliente en el periodo? ¿Quién fue Ortiz Mena y por qué logró tantos éxitos? ¿En qué consistió su participación en el manejo de la economía nacional y cuáles fueron sus méritos? Y lo más importante, ¿qué enseñanzas pueden derivarse del desarrollo estabilizador para la elaboración y aplicación de la política económica actual y del futuro? En las páginas que siguen se intenta una primera respuesta a dichas preguntas.

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  • Turrrent Díaz, Eduardo, 1999. "ORTIZ MENA: El desarrollo estabilizador y su principal artífice," El Trimestre Económico, Fondo de Cultura Económica, vol. 0(262), pages 293-308, abril-jun.
  • Handle: RePEc:elt:journl:v:66:y:1999:i:262:p:293-308

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