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From Pinochet to the 'third Way'
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Acknowledgements
Introduction. Neoliberalism and Social Transformation
1. The Rise and Crisis of the Chilean National-Developmentalist State
2. Chicago to the Rescue - The Emergence of Neoliberalism in Chile
3. Neoliberalism and Creative Destruction, 1973-1989
4. From Retrenchment to the 'Seven Modernisations' - The Great Transformation of Welfare Institutions
5. Towards a Third Way? - Politics and Policy in Post-Dictatorship Chile
6. Production, Power and Exports - The Political Economy of Post-Dictatorship Chile
7. Labour Institutions and the Politics of Flexibilisation
8. Growth with Equity? Social Policy and Anti-Poverty Programmes, 1990-2003
9. The Uncertain Future of Neoliberalism
References
Index
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About the Author

Marcus Taylor is an Assistant Professor in the International Development Studies program at Queen's University, Kingston, Canada. He is the author of From Pinochet to the 'Third Way': Neoliberalism and Social Transformation in Chile (Pluto, 2006). Writing on development studies and contemporary Latin America, his articles have appeared in journals such as Latin American Perspectives, Third World Quarterly, Historical Materialism, and Global Social Policy.

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'A bold, insightful analysis of Chilean political economy from Pinochet to the present' -- Professor Ronaldo Munck, Dublin City University, author of numerous books including: Critical Development Theory: Contributions to a New Paradigm (1999), Contemporary Latin America (2002), and Labour and Globalisation: A New Great Transformation (2003).
'The definitive treatment of Latin America's deepest and most prolonged embrace of the neoliberal project. Detailed, incisive, carefully constructed, lean yet sweeping, this book is a supreme dissection of Chile's socially-engineered contemporary dystopia' -- James M. Cypher, Professor of Development Studies, Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas, Mexico

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