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20 black & white illustrations, 20 black & white tables, 20 black & white line drawings
Pablo Heidrich, Paul Alexander Haslam
Table Of Contents
INTRODUCTION 1. From Neoliberalism to Resource Nationalism: States, Firms and Development PAUL A. HASLAM AND PABLO HEIDRICH PART 1: The Political Economy of Resource Nationalism 2. Trends in Minerals, Ores and Metals Prices SAMUEL K. GAYI AND JANVIER D. NKURUNZIZA 3. Rise of state-firm bargaining in the 2000s VLADO VIVODA 4. The Emergence of Industrial Policy Lite: Latin America's Blind Spot ANIL HIRA 5. Regional Trends and Context for Latin American Resource Nationalism PABLO HEIDRICH 6. Natural Resource Nationalisms and the Compensatory State in Progressive South America EDUARDO GUDYNAS PART 2: From Limited to Radical Resource Nationalism: The Country-Cases 7. The Liberal Rarity of South America: Oil and Mining Policy Reform in Colombia in the 2000s CARLOS CABALLERO ARGAEZ AND SEBASTIAN BITAR 8. Mexico's New Wave of Market Reforms and its Extractive Industries JUAN-CARLOS MORENO-BRID AND ALICIA PUYANA 9. Resource Nationalism and Brazil's Post-neoliberal Strategy JEWELLORD NEM SINGH AND ELIZA MASSI 10. Mining policies in Humala's Peru: A Patchwork of Improvised Nationalism and Corporate Interests JAVIER ARELLANO-YANGUAS 11. Resource Nationalism in the Plurinational state of Bolivia LORENZO PELLEGRINI 12. Resource Nationalism and the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela DANIEL HELLINGER CONCLUSION 13. Towards a Theory of Resource Nationalisms PAUL A. HASLAM AND PABLO HEIDRICH
Paul A. Haslam is an associate professor in the School of International Development and Global Studies at the University of Ottawa, Canada. Pablo Heidrich is an adjunct research professor in the Institute of Political Economy at Carleton University, Canada.