The political economies of Central America: foreign aid and labor remittances
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This paper looks at the issues raised by the growing role of foreign transfers in Central America. Then it examines the magnitude of foreign transfers and the transfers' implications for the debate on macroeconomic development strategies are analyzed. The last sections focus on the state and class structure.
Representación Costa Rica
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