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Habilitation Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.96.2012.tde-03052012-141055
Document
Author
Full name
Marcio Bobik Braga
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
Ribeirão Preto, 2012
Committee
Toneto Junior, Rudinei (President)
Campos, Maria Christina Siqueira de Souza
Ribeiro, Maria Alice Rosa
Saes, Flavio Azevedo Marques de
Santos, Raul Cristovao dos
Title in Portuguese
O “"Velho Regionalismo" e o debate estruturalista sobre o desenvolvimento da América Latina
Keywords in Portuguese
Desenvolvimento econômico na América Latina
Industrialização
Integração Regional na América Latina
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho analisa a importância do denominado “velho regionalismo” no debate sobre industrialização e desenvolvimento na América Latina. Defendemos a hipótese de que o pensamento estruturalista, desenvolvido no âmbito da Comissão Econômica para a América Latina e Caribe – CEPAL, somente pode ser adequadamente compreendido quando se consideram as propostas de integração regional desenvolvidas por essa Comissão. Tais considerações reforçam inclusive a idéia de que o pensamento estruturalista esteve longe de conspirar contra o livre comércio. Pelo contrário, tinha como objetivo elevar a participação da América Latina no comércio mundial; a partir, porém, de novas estruturas produtivas. O trabalho busca ainda avaliar a experiência da Associação Latino-americana de Livre Comércio - ALALC e sua importância para o debate em torno da integração econômica regional e cooperação entre países menos desenvolvidos.
Title in English
The "old regionalism" and the debate industrialization about the development of Latin America
Keywords in English
Economic development in Latin American
Industrialization
Regional integration in Latin American
Abstract in English
The present work analyses the importance of so-called ‘old regionalism’ in the debate regarding industrialization and development in Latin America. Our hypothesis is that the structuralist approach, developed within the framework of the Economic Commission for Latin America & Caribbean – ECLAC, must be understood in view of projects of regional integration developed by this Commission. These considerations stress that structuralist thought was far from conspiring against free trade. On the contrary, its goal was to employ new structures of production so as to increase Latin America’s participation in world commerce. This research also seeks to evaluate the experience of the Latin American Free Trade Association – LAFTA and its relevance for the debate concerning regional economic integration and cooperation in underdeveloped countries.
 
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2012-05-15
 
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