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A Recuperação do Desenvolvimento no Regionalismo Latino - Americano

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  • Rodrigo Alves Teixeira
  • Walter Antonio Desiderá Neto

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O objetivo deste artigo é, a partir da análise do desenvolvimento histórico dos projetos de integração regional na América Latina e do pensamento econômico e político predominante que estiveram por trás deles, demonstrar que, no debate atual sobre a integração latino-americana, há um resgate das ideias cepalinas dos anos 1950 e 1960 quanto ao caráter que deve ter esta integração - a qual, nos escritos originais da Cepal, deveria assumir feições de um regionalismo desenvolvimentista, em oposição a um regionalismo liberal. É esta tensão quanto ao caráter do regionalismo que se buscará mostrar na história deste debate. Palavras-chave: integração regional; Cepal; desenvolvimentismo; integração latino-americana; pensamento econômico. This article aims to show that, by analyzing both the historical development of regional integration processes in Latin America and the political and economic ideas behind them, ECLAC`s ideas, from the 1950`s and 1960`s, about what features Latin American integration should present - a developmental regionalism in opposition to a liberal one - have been recovered today. Thus, the article also intends to show the tension between these two kinds of regionalism in Latin American regional integration history. Keywords: regional integration; ECLAC; developmentalism; Latin American integration; economic thought.

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  • Rodrigo Alves Teixeira & Walter Antonio Desiderá Neto, 2012. "A Recuperação do Desenvolvimento no Regionalismo Latino - Americano," Discussion Papers 1790, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada - IPEA.
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