Studies in Comparative International Development
Springer Science and Business Media B.V.
Analyzes the experience of Bolivia with an experiment in a populist resolution of its socioeconomic problems from 1952 to 1970. Objectives of national populist ideology; Factors that lead to the failure of Movimiento Nacionalista Revolucionario in Bolivia to achieve its revolutionary goals: Resurgence of private sector in mining and petroleum.
Burke, Melvin and Malloy, James M., "From National Populism to National Corporatism: The Case of Bolivia (1952-1970)" (1974). School of Economics Faculty Scholarship. 11.
Burke, M. & Malloy, J.M. (1974). From national populism to national corporatism: The case of Bolivia (1952-1970). Studies in Comparative International Development, Spring 9(1), 49-73.
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