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  1. 30. Juni 2010 · Its chapters tackle the important question of what is responsible for the persistent and growing development gap between Latin America and the US. Its message is that Latin American countries must abandon their statist (and populist) ways, and establish democratic regimes embedded in a legal-institutional framework conducive to ...

    • Miguel D Ramirez
    • 2010
  2. A set of historical essays help us to understand that the development gap with the United States emerged in the first two thirds of the nineteenth century as Latin American societies struggled to form coherent nation-states following independence from Spain and Portugal. Tulio Halperin Donghi traces two centuries of economic thought in South

  3. 25. März 2013 · Thomas J. Trebat; Falling Behind: Explaining the Development Gap Between Latin America and the United States Edited by Francis Fukuyama, Political Science

  4. 11. Dez. 2020 · / Adam Przeworski with Carolina Curvale -- The role of high stakes politics in Latin America's development gap / Riordan Roett and Francisco E. González -- Institutional factors in Latin America's development -- The Latin American equilibrium / James A. Robinson -- Do defective institutions explain the development gap between the United States and Latin America? / Francis Fukuyama -- Why ...

  5. 11. Aug. 2008 · In 1700, Latin America and British North America were roughly equal in economic terms. Yet over the next three centuries, the United States gradually pulled away from Latin America,...

    • Francis Fukuyama
    • Oxford University Press, 2008
    • 0199709270, 9780199709274
  6. 7. Juli 2009 · Falling behind: explaining the development gap between Latin America and the United States. Leandro Prados De La Escosura, Leandro Prados De La Escosura. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Search for more papers by this author. Leandro Pr ...

  7. 1. Aug. 2009 · Falling behind: explaining the development gap between Latin America and the United States. August 2009. The Economic History Review 62 (3):770-772. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0289.2009.00493_27.x....