Social Policy in Post-Neo-liberal Latin America: The cases of Argentina, Venezuela and Bolivia
Abstract:Pía Riggirozzi analyzes the challenges of embracing new models of citizenship and social development in Argentina, Bolivia and Venezuela. Together with a new spirit of change, the spectacular economic recovery after 2003 allowed for the introduction of a new range of anti-poverty policies and social protection. She suggests that contingency and contextual circumstances also mean that as an approach it is vulnerable to the swinging moods of the international economy and/or from political opposition from domestic elites.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2010-03-01