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xiv, 266 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
"Business in Emerging Latin America provides students with a comprehensive overview of the business environment of this emerging, dynamic region. Driven by expanding domestic markets and exports of natural resource commoditites, Latin America has recently come into focus as an economic force in the international arena. The book begins at the macro level, focusing on the region's geo-political, technological, social, competitive, and economic environments. It then moves to the micro level, illustrating that Latin America is a mosaic of countries with distinct cultures and political economies. This book aims to:Provide a comprehensive overview of the business environment in this regionIdentify major drivers of emerging market expansionAnalyze the strategies of companies both within and outside of the region The book includes examples and cases from across the region, as well as chapters on entrepreneurship, leadership, HRM, sustainability, income inequality, social responsibility and transparency. Capturing the dynamism of this region, the book will appeal to students of international business who have a special interest in Latin America"-- Provided by publisher.
"Business in Emerging Latin America provides students with a comprehensive overview of the business environment of this emerging, dynamic region. Driven by expanding domestic markets and exports of natural resource commoditites, Latin America has recently come into focus as an economic force in the international arena. The book begins at the macro level, focusing on the region's geo-political, technological, social, competitive, and economic environments. It then moves to the micro level, illustrating that Latin America is a mosaic of countries with distinct cultures and political economies. This book aims to:Provide a comprehensive overview of the business environment in this regionIdentify major drivers of emerging market expansionAnalyze the strategies of companies both within and outside of the region The book includes examples and cases from across the region, as well as chapters on entrepreneurship, leadership, HRM, sustainability, income inequality, social responsibility and transparency. Capturing the dynamism of this region, the book will appeal to students of international business who have a special interest in Latin America"-- Provided by publisher.
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HF3230.5 .Z5 R627 2015 Unknown
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xii, 246 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
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271 pages ; 21 cm
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ix, 306 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
"Alcohol in Latin America is the first interdisciplinary study to examine the historic role of alcohol across Latin America and over a broad time span. Six locations--the Andean region, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Guatemala, and Mexico--are seen through the disciplines of anthropology, archaeology, art history, ethnohistory, history, and literature"-- Provided by publisher.
"Alcohol in Latin America is the first interdisciplinary study to examine the historic role of alcohol across Latin America and over a broad time span. Six locations--the Andean region, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Guatemala, and Mexico--are seen through the disciplines of anthropology, archaeology, art history, ethnohistory, history, and literature"-- Provided by publisher.
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122 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm
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xvi, 352 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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viii, 174 pages ; 24 cm
  • Introduction: A renovating return to roots
  • Recitation and declamation: public readings of shifting authority and modernity
  • Performing racial, gendered, and transnational identities in poetry in the 1930s-60s
  • Performing poetry beyond the avant-garde
  • Aesthetic experiment and political commitment: promulgating poetry in streets, cafés, on cds and the internet
  • Conclusion: Voice and the public space of poetry.
"Beyond the Page examines the performance of poetry to show how it travels outside of writing, eventually becoming part of the cultural consciousness. Exploring a range of performances from early twentieth-century recitations to twenty-first-century film, CDs, and Internet renditions, Beyond the Page offers analytic tools to chart poetry beyond printed texts"-- Provided by publisher.
  • Introduction: A renovating return to roots
  • Recitation and declamation: public readings of shifting authority and modernity
  • Performing racial, gendered, and transnational identities in poetry in the 1930s-60s
  • Performing poetry beyond the avant-garde
  • Aesthetic experiment and political commitment: promulgating poetry in streets, cafés, on cds and the internet
  • Conclusion: Voice and the public space of poetry.
"Beyond the Page examines the performance of poetry to show how it travels outside of writing, eventually becoming part of the cultural consciousness. Exploring a range of performances from early twentieth-century recitations to twenty-first-century film, CDs, and Internet renditions, Beyond the Page offers analytic tools to chart poetry beyond printed texts"-- Provided by publisher.
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137 pages : ill. ; 23 x 23 cm
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NA702.5 .B49 2014 Unknown
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xv, 162 pages : illustrations, maps (some color) ; 26 cm.
"This rigorously researched book describes the status of biodiversity in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), the main threats to this biodiversity, and the drivers of these threats. It identifies and the main conservation policies being used, and proposes five specific lines of practical action for conserving LAC biodiversity"-- Provided by publisher.
"This rigorously researched book describes the status of biodiversity in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), the main threats to this biodiversity, and the drivers of these threats. It identifies and the main conservation policies being used, and proposes five specific lines of practical action for conserving LAC biodiversity"-- Provided by publisher.
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202 pages ; 21 cm.
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HM621 .M67 2014 Unavailable At bindery Request
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Showcases research in the broad field of science and technology (including such disciplines as Agriculture, Biotechnology, Energy Policy, Environmental Studies, Materials Science, and Sustainable Development), with particular respect to Brazil and greater Latin America, but not limited to authorship or topical coverage within the region. The journal explores the dynamics of Research & Development (R&D) under a wide perspective, including not only an emphasis on dissemination of research findings, but also on policy-making and economic growth.
Showcases research in the broad field of science and technology (including such disciplines as Agriculture, Biotechnology, Energy Policy, Environmental Studies, Materials Science, and Sustainable Development), with particular respect to Brazil and greater Latin America, but not limited to authorship or topical coverage within the region. The journal explores the dynamics of Research & Development (R&D) under a wide perspective, including not only an emphasis on dissemination of research findings, but also on policy-making and economic growth.
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x, 176 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • Introducción : luces y sombras en el hemisferio / Jennifer McCoy y Héctor Vanolli
  • Argentina : entre avances y retrocesos / Carlos Safadi Márquez
  • Brasil : leyes avanzadas con grandes vacíos / Torquato Jardim
  • Colombia : garantías y equidad en una competencia desigual / Juan Fernando Londoño
  • Estados Unidos : la lucha por la transparencia y la igualdad / Richard Bainter
  • Puerto Rico : retrocesos en un contexto bipartidista / Marcia Rivera Hernández y José Ariel Nazario
  • México : la larga lucha por un sistema electoral más justo / Héctor Díaz Santana
  • Venezuela : el ventajismo electoral institucionalizado / Luis Salamanca
  • Introducción : luces y sombras en el hemisferio / Jennifer McCoy y Héctor Vanolli
  • Argentina : entre avances y retrocesos / Carlos Safadi Márquez
  • Brasil : leyes avanzadas con grandes vacíos / Torquato Jardim
  • Colombia : garantías y equidad en una competencia desigual / Juan Fernando Londoño
  • Estados Unidos : la lucha por la transparencia y la igualdad / Richard Bainter
  • Puerto Rico : retrocesos en un contexto bipartidista / Marcia Rivera Hernández y José Ariel Nazario
  • México : la larga lucha por un sistema electoral más justo / Héctor Díaz Santana
  • Venezuela : el ventajismo electoral institucionalizado / Luis Salamanca
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xiii, 570 p. : ill., maps ; 22 cm
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PC4074.75 .C43 2014 Unknown
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312 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Chemins actuels et futurs de la théologie en Amérique latine -- Foi, mission et diaconie : une parole prophétique sur l'économie -- Le message de Jésus et ses conséquences quand on le suit -- Réflexions sur le marché, la globalisation et le royaume de Dieu -- L'apocalyptique et l'économie -- Témoignage chrétien par le service -- L'Église comme communauté de santé intégrale -- Sur le chemin des femmes -- Genre et images (renouvelées) du divin -- La spiritualité des femmes dans le mystère pascal -- Convergences et divergences d'un parcours de femmes Présupposés pour une théologie féministe latino-américaine -- La "belle noire" : un peu d'histoire et quelques défis -- Un christianisme d'accueil et d'altérité -- Identité, altérité, relation. Les fondements trinitaires de la Mission -- Quand Babel est une bénédiction Relecture des mythes sur le langage et la multi-culturalité -- Les défis du pluriculturalisme pour l'herméneutique latino-américaine -- Un syncrétisme positif -- Pluralisme culturel et religieux : un axe pour la Théologie de la libération -- Syncrétisme et théologie interconfessionnelle -- La théologie amérindienne, contribution à la vie du monde -- Du catholicisme aux traditions africaines -- Autres paradigmes de renouveau -- Contributions et défis de la théologie pentecôtiste à la démarche théologique en Amérique latine -- Eco-théologie : l'option pour la terre comme lieu théologique -- Rappel du chemin parcouru -- Repères sur le chemin -- La Théologie de la libération : une théologie dépassée ? -- Les "signes des temps" dans la Théologie de la libération -- Communautés ecclésiales de base : un niveau d'Église ?
"Au cours des années 1970 et 80, la théologie latino-américaine est devenue célèbre grâce à la naissance et au développement de la Théologie de la libération. Avec elle est apparu un nouveau paradigme axé sur les signes des temps et l'option pour les pauvres. La Théologie de la libération a su reprendre les grands sujets de la théologie traditionnelle sous l'optique d'un continent crucifié par la pauvreté, l'exclusion et la violence. Ce processus de réflexion chrétienne en contexte n'a pas été sans controverse, notamment à l'intérieur de l'Église catholique. Aujourd'hui, une nouvelle génération de théologiens et de théologiennes, tant catholiques que protestants, propose une réflexion autour de nouvelles questions qui se posent à la mission dans le continent. Grâce à son enracinement dans la vie des Églises, cette génération fait partie intégrante de la tradition la plus riche du christianisme latino-américain. Sous l'impulsion de leur travail théologique constant, engagé et créatif, ces dernières années se sont avérées un temps de continuité fidèle aux intuitions les plus évangéliques de la première heure. Sans prétention d'exhaustivité ni sur les sujets ni sur les auteurs, cette anthologie veut ainsi présenter les évolutions actuelles de la pensée chrétienne latino-américaine selon ses diverses approches et traditions. Des sujets comme le regard féminin, le pluralisme religieux, l'approche indienne et afro-américaine, la guérison, etc., sont au rendez-vous. La parole a été donnée aux nouveaux théologiens et théologiennes engagés dans une démarche oecuménique, sans pour autant chercher une homogénéisation, ni dans les contenus, ni dans les approches. Cette diversité a été accueillie comme le reflet de la réalité aux multiples visages du christianisme latino-américain."--P. [4] of cover.
  • Chemins actuels et futurs de la théologie en Amérique latine -- Foi, mission et diaconie : une parole prophétique sur l'économie -- Le message de Jésus et ses conséquences quand on le suit -- Réflexions sur le marché, la globalisation et le royaume de Dieu -- L'apocalyptique et l'économie -- Témoignage chrétien par le service -- L'Église comme communauté de santé intégrale -- Sur le chemin des femmes -- Genre et images (renouvelées) du divin -- La spiritualité des femmes dans le mystère pascal -- Convergences et divergences d'un parcours de femmes Présupposés pour une théologie féministe latino-américaine -- La "belle noire" : un peu d'histoire et quelques défis -- Un christianisme d'accueil et d'altérité -- Identité, altérité, relation. Les fondements trinitaires de la Mission -- Quand Babel est une bénédiction Relecture des mythes sur le langage et la multi-culturalité -- Les défis du pluriculturalisme pour l'herméneutique latino-américaine -- Un syncrétisme positif -- Pluralisme culturel et religieux : un axe pour la Théologie de la libération -- Syncrétisme et théologie interconfessionnelle -- La théologie amérindienne, contribution à la vie du monde -- Du catholicisme aux traditions africaines -- Autres paradigmes de renouveau -- Contributions et défis de la théologie pentecôtiste à la démarche théologique en Amérique latine -- Eco-théologie : l'option pour la terre comme lieu théologique -- Rappel du chemin parcouru -- Repères sur le chemin -- La Théologie de la libération : une théologie dépassée ? -- Les "signes des temps" dans la Théologie de la libération -- Communautés ecclésiales de base : un niveau d'Église ?
"Au cours des années 1970 et 80, la théologie latino-américaine est devenue célèbre grâce à la naissance et au développement de la Théologie de la libération. Avec elle est apparu un nouveau paradigme axé sur les signes des temps et l'option pour les pauvres. La Théologie de la libération a su reprendre les grands sujets de la théologie traditionnelle sous l'optique d'un continent crucifié par la pauvreté, l'exclusion et la violence. Ce processus de réflexion chrétienne en contexte n'a pas été sans controverse, notamment à l'intérieur de l'Église catholique. Aujourd'hui, une nouvelle génération de théologiens et de théologiennes, tant catholiques que protestants, propose une réflexion autour de nouvelles questions qui se posent à la mission dans le continent. Grâce à son enracinement dans la vie des Églises, cette génération fait partie intégrante de la tradition la plus riche du christianisme latino-américain. Sous l'impulsion de leur travail théologique constant, engagé et créatif, ces dernières années se sont avérées un temps de continuité fidèle aux intuitions les plus évangéliques de la première heure. Sans prétention d'exhaustivité ni sur les sujets ni sur les auteurs, cette anthologie veut ainsi présenter les évolutions actuelles de la pensée chrétienne latino-américaine selon ses diverses approches et traditions. Des sujets comme le regard féminin, le pluralisme religieux, l'approche indienne et afro-américaine, la guérison, etc., sont au rendez-vous. La parole a été donnée aux nouveaux théologiens et théologiennes engagés dans une démarche oecuménique, sans pour autant chercher une homogénéisation, ni dans les contenus, ni dans les approches. Cette diversité a été accueillie comme le reflet de la réalité aux multiples visages du christianisme latino-américain."--P. [4] of cover.
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223 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
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PN1993.5 .L3 C64 2012 Available
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xxii, 329 pages ; 22 cm
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PN1993.5 .L3 C47 2014 Unavailable At bindery Request
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293 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
  • A century in the present tense : crisis, politics, and the intellectual history of Brazil's informal cities / Brodwyn Fischer
  • In and out of the margins : urban land seizures and homeownership in Santiago, Chile / Edward Murphy
  • Troubled oasis : the intertwining histories of the Morro dos Cabritos and Bairro Peixoto / Bryan McCann
  • Compadres, vecinos, and bróderes in the barrio : kinship, politics, and local territorialization in urban Nicaragua / Dennis Rodgers
  • The informal city : an enduring slum or a progressive habitat? / Emilio Duhau
  • The favelas of Rio de Janeiro / Ratão Diniz
  • Informal cities and community-based organizing / Sujatha Fernandes
  • Threshold markets : the production of real-estate value between the "favela" and the "pavement" / Mariana Cavalcanti
  • Toxic waiting : flammable Shantytown revisited / Javier Auyero.
  • A century in the present tense : crisis, politics, and the intellectual history of Brazil's informal cities / Brodwyn Fischer
  • In and out of the margins : urban land seizures and homeownership in Santiago, Chile / Edward Murphy
  • Troubled oasis : the intertwining histories of the Morro dos Cabritos and Bairro Peixoto / Bryan McCann
  • Compadres, vecinos, and bróderes in the barrio : kinship, politics, and local territorialization in urban Nicaragua / Dennis Rodgers
  • The informal city : an enduring slum or a progressive habitat? / Emilio Duhau
  • The favelas of Rio de Janeiro / Ratão Diniz
  • Informal cities and community-based organizing / Sujatha Fernandes
  • Threshold markets : the production of real-estate value between the "favela" and the "pavement" / Mariana Cavalcanti
  • Toxic waiting : flammable Shantytown revisited / Javier Auyero.
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HV4050.5 .A5 C58 2014 Unknown
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1 online resource (295 pages)
  • Introduction; Nria Homedes and Antonio Ugalde
  • A Review and Critique of International Ethical Principles; Nria Homedes and Antonio Ugalde
  • Globalization and Clinical Research in Latin America; Nria Homedes and Antonio Ugalde
  • The Regulatory Framework and Case Studies from Argentina; Antonio Ugalde and Nria Homedes
  • Politics and Clinical Trials in the Province of Cordoba; Antonio Ugalde and Nria Homedes
  • Brazil: The System for the Protection of Voluntary Participants in Research; Corina Bontempo D de Freitas, William Saad Hossne and Susie Dutra
  • Progress and Challenges of Clinical Research with New Medications in Brazil; Corina Bontempo D de Freitas and Bruno Schlemper Junior
  • A Small Country for Big Pharma: Costa Rica; Antonio Ugalde and Nria Homedes
  • Cervical Cancer and the Development of HPV Vaccines in Guanacaste, Costa Rica; Nria Homedes and Antonio Ugalde
  • Ethical Guidelines for Clinical Trials in Mexico: Theory and Practice; Emma Verstegui and Edith Valds-Martnez
  • Who Decides? Informed Consent among Cancer Patients in Mexico; Alonso Cerdn, Alejandro Gonzlez and Emma Verstegui
  • A View from Inside: Regulation and Ethical Conflicts in Peru; Gabriela Minaya Martnez, Susi Olave Quispe and Duilio Fuentes Delgado
  • Conclusion; Antonio Ugalde and Nria Homedes.
The outsourcing of clinical trials to Latin America by the transnational innovative pharmaceutical industry began about twenty years ago. Using archival information and field work in Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Mexico and Peru, the authors discuss the regulatory contexts and the ethical dimensions of human experimentation in the region. More than 80% of all clinical trials in the region take place in these countries, and the European Medicines Agency has defined them as priority countries in Latin America. The authors raise questions about the quality of data obtained from the trials and the violation of human rights during their implementation. Their findings are presented in this volume, the first in-depth analysis of clinical trials in the region.
  • Introduction; Nria Homedes and Antonio Ugalde
  • A Review and Critique of International Ethical Principles; Nria Homedes and Antonio Ugalde
  • Globalization and Clinical Research in Latin America; Nria Homedes and Antonio Ugalde
  • The Regulatory Framework and Case Studies from Argentina; Antonio Ugalde and Nria Homedes
  • Politics and Clinical Trials in the Province of Cordoba; Antonio Ugalde and Nria Homedes
  • Brazil: The System for the Protection of Voluntary Participants in Research; Corina Bontempo D de Freitas, William Saad Hossne and Susie Dutra
  • Progress and Challenges of Clinical Research with New Medications in Brazil; Corina Bontempo D de Freitas and Bruno Schlemper Junior
  • A Small Country for Big Pharma: Costa Rica; Antonio Ugalde and Nria Homedes
  • Cervical Cancer and the Development of HPV Vaccines in Guanacaste, Costa Rica; Nria Homedes and Antonio Ugalde
  • Ethical Guidelines for Clinical Trials in Mexico: Theory and Practice; Emma Verstegui and Edith Valds-Martnez
  • Who Decides? Informed Consent among Cancer Patients in Mexico; Alonso Cerdn, Alejandro Gonzlez and Emma Verstegui
  • A View from Inside: Regulation and Ethical Conflicts in Peru; Gabriela Minaya Martnez, Susi Olave Quispe and Duilio Fuentes Delgado
  • Conclusion; Antonio Ugalde and Nria Homedes.
The outsourcing of clinical trials to Latin America by the transnational innovative pharmaceutical industry began about twenty years ago. Using archival information and field work in Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Mexico and Peru, the authors discuss the regulatory contexts and the ethical dimensions of human experimentation in the region. More than 80% of all clinical trials in the region take place in these countries, and the European Medicines Agency has defined them as priority countries in Latin America. The authors raise questions about the quality of data obtained from the trials and the violation of human rights during their implementation. Their findings are presented in this volume, the first in-depth analysis of clinical trials in the region.
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xxii, 259 pages ; 23 cm.
  • 1. Militarized Neoliberalism in Colombia: Disarticulating Dissent and Articulating Consent to Neoliberal Epistemologies, Pedagogies and Ways of Life
  • 2. Brazil and the PT as the popular face of neoliberalism: A contradictory terrain for education and the politics of knowledge
  • 3. The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela: Education and Twenty-First Century Socialism
  • 4. The Alternative School of Community Organization and Communicational Development, Barrio Pueblo Nuevo, Mérida, Venezuela
  • 5. Epistemological Counterhegemonies from Below: Radical Educators in/and the MST and Solidarity Economy Movements
  • 6. Decolonization in Praxis: Critical Educators, Student Movements and Feminist Pedagogies in Colombia
  • 7. Constructing Twenty-First Century Socialism: The Role of Radical Education.
"Constructing Twenty-first Century Socialism in Latin America argues that is it time to open our horizons to the "how" of contructing pathways to 21st century socialism. The authors undertake to do so by studying traditions, practices, counter-hegemony of governments in Venezuela, critical educators in formal education settings in three countries, social movements in Brazil and Colombia, and the Colombian student movement. The book suggests pathways towards revolutionary epistemological practices and pedagogical-political projects which decolonize our hearts, minds, bodies, and spirits creating worlds beyond capitalism"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 1. Militarized Neoliberalism in Colombia: Disarticulating Dissent and Articulating Consent to Neoliberal Epistemologies, Pedagogies and Ways of Life
  • 2. Brazil and the PT as the popular face of neoliberalism: A contradictory terrain for education and the politics of knowledge
  • 3. The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela: Education and Twenty-First Century Socialism
  • 4. The Alternative School of Community Organization and Communicational Development, Barrio Pueblo Nuevo, Mérida, Venezuela
  • 5. Epistemological Counterhegemonies from Below: Radical Educators in/and the MST and Solidarity Economy Movements
  • 6. Decolonization in Praxis: Critical Educators, Student Movements and Feminist Pedagogies in Colombia
  • 7. Constructing Twenty-First Century Socialism: The Role of Radical Education.
"Constructing Twenty-first Century Socialism in Latin America argues that is it time to open our horizons to the "how" of contructing pathways to 21st century socialism. The authors undertake to do so by studying traditions, practices, counter-hegemony of governments in Venezuela, critical educators in formal education settings in three countries, social movements in Brazil and Colombia, and the Colombian student movement. The book suggests pathways towards revolutionary epistemological practices and pedagogical-political projects which decolonize our hearts, minds, bodies, and spirits creating worlds beyond capitalism"-- Provided by publisher.
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LC191.8 .L37 M68 2014 Unknown
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xv, 238 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction : continuity despite change
  • Explaining enduring labor codes in developing countries : skill distributions and the organizational capacity of labor
  • Using multiple methods to understand labor law development in Latin America
  • Latin American labor laws in comparative perspective
  • Fragmented individualism : "professional" labor regulation in Chile
  • Contradictions, divisions, and competition : "encompassing" labor regulation in Peru
  • Integration and incorporation : "corporatist" labor regulation in Argentina.
  • Introduction : continuity despite change
  • Explaining enduring labor codes in developing countries : skill distributions and the organizational capacity of labor
  • Using multiple methods to understand labor law development in Latin America
  • Latin American labor laws in comparative perspective
  • Fragmented individualism : "professional" labor regulation in Chile
  • Contradictions, divisions, and competition : "encompassing" labor regulation in Peru
  • Integration and incorporation : "corporatist" labor regulation in Argentina.
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