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State, Labor, and the Transition to a Market Economy

by Agnieszka Paczyńska Penn State University Press (December 12, 2012)

In response to mounting debt crises and macroeconomic instability in the 1980s, many countries in the developing world adopted neoliberal policies promoting the unfettered play of market forces and deregulation...


Care Work and Class

by Merike Blofield Penn State University Press (April 10, 2012)

Despite constitutions that enshrine equality, until recently every state in Latin America permitted longer working hours (in some cases more than double the hours) and lower benefits for domestic workers than...


Reorganizing Popular Politics

by Ruth Berins Collier & Samuel Handlin Penn State University Press (January 06, 2010)

A historic shift has occurred in the organizational structures through which the lower classes in Latin America express voice and find political representation. With the political and economic reforms of the...


Made in Mexico

by Susan M. Gauss Penn State University Press (November 04, 2010)

The experiment with neoliberal market-oriented economic policy in Latin America, popularly known as the Washington Consensus, has run its course. With left-wing and populist regimes now in power in many countries,...


State, Labor, and the Transition to a Market Economy

by Agnieszka Paczyńska Penn State University Press (February 13, 2009)

In response to mounting debt crises and macroeconomic instability in the 1980s, many countries in the developing world adopted neoliberal policies promoting the unfettered play of market forces and deregulation...