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タイトル: Role of US-Trained Economists in Economic Liberalization : The Cases of Chile and Indonesia(Part I : Globalization and the Transformation of Governance,)
著者: Yasui, Shin
著者(別言語): 安井, 伸
発行日: 2003年12月26日
出版者: 東京大学社会科学研究所
掲載誌情報: 社會科學研究. 第55巻 第1号, 2003.12, pp. 71-94
抄録: This article examines how the market economy was introduced, implemented and, eventually, consolidated in Chile and Indonesia. It focuses on the role of the university agreements promoted as part of the post-war U. S. aid policy, which were the origin of the economic technocrats. Then, the process through which these U. S. -trained economists reached the crucial positions in the economic policymaking in each country is explored. Finally, it examines a series of political factors that conditioned the course of economic liberalization taken in each country and identifies some reasons which explain the difference between the two countries.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2261/15379
ISSN: 03873307


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