ALBERT HIRSCHMAN IN LATIN AMERICA: NOTES ON HIRSCHMAN'S TRILOGY ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Ana Maria Bianchi
This paper discusses Albert Hirschman's writings that resulted from his professional experience in Colombia, Brazil, Chile and other Latin American countries during the 1950s and 1960s. The focus is on the trilogy written by Hirschman in the field of development economics, which comprises: The Strategy of Economic Development (1958), Journeys Toward Progress (1963) and Development Projects Observed (1967). Some methodological aspects of those writings, which tend to be recurrent throughout the author's whole intelectual career, are emphasized.
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