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Challenging Neoliberalism

Globalization and the Economic Miracles in Chile and Taiwan

Cal Clark and Evelyn A. Clark

Neoliberalism, which advocates free markets without government interference, has become increasingly utilized and controversial over the last three and a half decades. This book presents case studies of Chile and Taiwan, two countries that seemingly prospered from adopting neoliberal strategies, and finds that their developmental histories challenge neoliberalism in fundamental ways.
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Globalization and the Economic Miracles in Chile and Taiwan

Cal Clark and Evelyn A. Clark

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