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Bethell L. The Cambridge History of Latin America, Volume 6, Part 1: Latin America since 1930: Economy, Society and Politics: Economy and Society

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Bethell L. The Cambridge History of Latin America, Volume 6, Part 1: Latin America since 1930: Economy, Society and Politics: Economy and Society
Cambridge University Press, 1994. — 607 p.
The Cambridge History of Latin America Volume VI, Latin America since 1930: Economy, Society and Politics is published in two parts. Part 1 Economy and Society includes chapters on demographic change (Latin America's population increased fourfold, from 110 to 450 million, during the period 1930-90); the Latin American economies - during the 1930s in the aftermath of the 1929 Depression, during and immediately after the Second World War, and during another 'Golden Age' of economic growth (1950—80), this time largely driven by ISI (import substitution industrialization), which was followed, however, by the so-called 'lost decade' of the 1980s; rapid urbanization (less than 20 percent of Latin America's population was classified as urban in 1930, almost 70 per cent in 1990) and urban social change, mainly in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Mexico and Peru; the transformation of agrarian structures; economic ideas and ideologies (Latin America made a major contribution to development theory in this period); and, finally, the growth and institutionalization of science and the relationship between science and society in twentieth century Latin America.
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