Posts Tagged: Economy

Economic Inequality

Esquivel, Gerardo. “Concentration of Economic and Political Power” Extreme Inequality in Mexico. Oxfam Report. (June 2015): 5-39

In this Oxfam report by Gerardo Esquivel Hernandez, it shows how Mexico continues on being one of the most economically inefficient countries in the world. The most important factors that hinder economic growth and increase economic inequality are the wage

Economic Inequality

Esquivel, Gerardo. “Concentration of Economic and Political Power” Extreme Inequality in Mexico. Oxfam Report. (June 2015): 5-39

In this Oxfam report by Gerardo Esquivel Hernandez, it shows how Mexico continues on being one of the most economically inefficient countries in the world. The most important factors that hinder economic growth and increase economic inequality are the wage

Hernández, Miguel Reyes, and Miguel Alejandro López López. “Dependency Theory in Latin American History.” Latin American Studies, 2019.

Miguel Reyes Hernández documents the multiple opposing and supporting arguments regarding the dependency theory. There are numerous schools of thought regarding the causes of the dependency and where to assign blame, however a majority of scholars have the same ideas

Hernández, Miguel Reyes, and Miguel Alejandro López López. “Dependency Theory in Latin American History.” Latin American Studies, 2019.

Miguel Reyes Hernández documents the multiple opposing and supporting arguments regarding the dependency theory. There are numerous schools of thought regarding the causes of the dependency and where to assign blame, however a majority of scholars have the same ideas

Venezuela: Democracy or Dictatorship?

    In South America in 1830, after the collapse of Gran Colombia,  three new countries were born: Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela.  Being newly independent countries, they weren’t able to form an ideal government. In fact, many of these newly

Venezuela: Democracy or Dictatorship?

    In South America in 1830, after the collapse of Gran Colombia,  three new countries were born: Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela.  Being newly independent countries, they weren’t able to form an ideal government. In fact, many of these newly