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  • Entre nacionalizar y privatizar: buscando un equilibrio en Bolivia

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    Abstract During the 90’s, Bolivia’s economic policies were driven by the principles of the Washington Consensus which had privatization of state-owned companies as one of its core principles. Multiple companies were nationalized and they produced very poor results as the private owners not only failed to deliver their promises but […]

  • La lucha hacia el desarrollo sostenible en Bolivia

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     Abstract: In the past three decades, States began to realize the importance of crafting long-term public policies to achieve sustainable development. However, due to the economic and financial crisis many countries have had to put their sustainable development goals on hold in order to achieve economic growth. In 2011, the President […]

  • Bandera Bolivia

    La perjudicial falta de libre comercio en Bolivia

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    Abstract: The notion of economic integration and free trade are not well-understood or implemented in Bolivia. Despite the fact that Bolivia has signed several Free Trade Agreements (FTA) and is actively engaged in regional economic blocs, it still sees more negative than positive aspects to FTA’s. The Government needs a comprehensive […]