Wednesday, 25 September, 2013
Department of Sociology Colloquium
Dr. Aaron Rowland, Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of Tennessee will discuss his dissertation:
How Left a Turn? Legacies of the Neoliberal State in Latin America.
This study compares the historical developments of Argentina, Ecuador, and Peru and shows that in cases where the neoliberal state was fully developed, the leftist shift either did not occur (Peru) during the 2000s, or where it did occur (Argentina) did not constitute a break with the neoliberal state but rather formed a fourth stage of neoliberalism.
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