M. de Theije
- The Limited Resilience of South America’s Commodity Boom
- Document type
- Web publication/site
- Media of output
- Faculty of Humanities (FGw)
- Centre for Latin American Research and Documentation (CEDLA)
- In the last decade, South America has seen substantial economic growth combined with impressive social progress. While the surge in social spending was possible because of a large-scale commodity-driven boom, the benefits of small-scale mining for local development were largely overlooked by central governments. And now that the boom is over, the question is what those bonanza years did for the sustainable development of the region.
- Final publisher version
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