Latin America's technocratic revolution

Orozco, Manuel
May 1996
New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008);5/13/96 Supplement, Vol. 16 Issue 45, p15B
Focuses on finance ministers attending the 1996, Summit of the Americas in New Orleans and their influence on the major economic changes of Latin America. How their approach to economic policy emphasized stabilization and structural reform; Definition of the term `technocrat' given to the ministers attending summit; Comments from Miguel Angel Centeno, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Princeton University; What efforts made to rescue Mexico's finances in 1994 illustrate.


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