Imagining development : economic ideas in Peru's "fictitious prosperity" of guano, 1840-1880

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    • Gootenberg, Paul

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Imagining development : economic ideas in Peru's "fictitious prosperity" of guano, 1840-1880

Paul Gootenberg

University of California Press, c1993

  • : alk. paper
  • : pbk. : alk. paper

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-235) and index

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内容説明

Retelling the saga of Peru's nineteenth-century age of guano, Paul Gootenberg provides the first book in English to explore the historical genealogy of Latin America's postcolonial economic thought. He scrutinizes the mentalities, ideas, and visions that led the country down an ill-fated path of export liberalism. The surprising diversity, vitality, and subtlety of Peruvian economic thinking challenges images of Latin American liberalism as a borrowed, impoverished, and narrow conception of material progress.By closely weaving together intellectual and social history and a multitude of forgotten texts, as well as trends in elite and popular and European and national cultures, Gootenberg offers a newly integrated approach to the long-neglected field of Latin American economic ideas.

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