Desenvolvimento, distribuição derenda e capital estrangeiro: um comentário sobre a cepal 50
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 12 No. 4 (1992), Oct-Dec / 1992, Pages
This article discusses the Cepal’s approach on the role of foreign capital in the industrialization of the Latin America during the fifties. The first section provides a synthesis of Cepal’s vision on the structural changes in the main Latin American economies. The second section shows how the international capital was understood by “cepalinos” thinkers as an alternative way of financing development, in opposition to the radical schemes that were proposed by the nationalists and the left. The concluding section summarizes the main points of the paper.