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The Resource From Mexican plantations to Chilean mines: the theoretical and empirical relevance of enclave theories in contemporary Latin America, by David E. Hojman

From Mexican plantations to Chilean mines: the theoretical and empirical relevance of enclave theories in contemporary Latin America, by David E. Hojman

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From Mexican plantations to Chilean mines: the theoretical and empirical relevance of enclave theories in contemporary Latin America
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From Mexican plantations to Chilean mines: the theoretical and empirical relevance of enclave theories in contemporary Latin America
Statement of responsibility
by David E. Hojman
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Language
eng
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HOJMAN, David E
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
  • UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL. Centre for Latin American Studies. Working papers
  • Working paper, 3
Series volume
3
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  • Economic development
  • Dependency
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From Mexican plantations to Chilean mines: the theoretical and empirical relevance of enclave theories in contemporary Latin America, by David E. Hojman
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9780902806122
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From Mexican plantations to Chilean mines: the theoretical and empirical relevance of enclave theories in contemporary Latin America, by David E. Hojman
Publication
Isbn
9780902806122

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