CAPITALISM FOR THE POOR
The 1990s began with important milestones: the fall of the Berlin Wall and the “neoliberal” reforms in Latin America. Many circles opposed to socialism celebrated, even argued that the story was over. Unfortunately, the joy was short-lived, since in 1998 Hugo Chávez triumphed in Venezuela, and four years later Evo Morales began his career towards power in Bolivia. Again, the reality was harsher than the fantasies of anti-communist groups. Why did the left take so little time to return to power? What happened in Latin America? You will find the answers in this seminar.
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Term: 8 academic hours
- In Latin America there are Laws, but not Justice.
- Neoliberalism vs. Liberalism in Latin America.
- The Informal Economy, a Poor Substitute for the Free Market.
- The Anti-politics and the Triumph of the Left.
- Decriminalize Capitalism to Generate Prosperity in Latin America.
- What Should a Right thinker offer?
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Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Political Science, Universidad Mayor de San Simón, Bolivia. Master in Business Administration National University of La Plata, Argentina. Doctor in Economics from the National University of La Plata. Authorofthebooks: Liberalismo en Bolivia (2010), Fe en la Libertad (2017). Article writer for political and economic opinion in Los Tiempos, La Razón and El Visor Bolivia. Director of the program Fe en la Libertad Radio Cuba Libre Internacional, Florida USA.
Aimed at professionals in economic sciences, political scientists, lawyers, journalists, and people interested in knowing the route of wealth and prosperity.