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El modelo económico chileno y su relación con Bolivia

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  • Quitral Rojas, Máximo

    (Universidad de Chile)

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La presente investigación forma parte de una indagación de años y pretende conectar las economías chilena y boliviana en un escenario favorable para el encierro geográfico del país vecino. Durante los regímenes militares chileno y boliviano, y el proceso de transición a la democracia acontecido en Bolivia, perduro en el tiempo una relación bilateral económica apartada de los conflictos políticos presente en la Historia de los Estados en cuestión. Esta dinámica relación fue fomentada desde los consejeros económicos de la junta militar criolla, los llamados Chicago Boys, quienes desarrollaron la externalización del modelo chileno para contener el alto grado de aislamiento internacional del régimen militar.

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  • Quitral Rojas, Máximo, 2009. "El modelo económico chileno y su relación con Bolivia," Revista Latinoamericana de Desarrollo Economico, Instituto de Investigaciones Socio-Económicas (IISEC), Universidad Católica Boliviana, issue 11, pages 183-205, Abril.
  • Handle: RePEc:ris:revlde:1106
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    Bolivia; Chuile; democracia; junta militar criolla; Chicago Boys;

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