Ideas in the History of Economic Development: The Case of Peripheral Countries
- Estrella Trincado
- Business & Economics > Economic History
This edited volume examines the relationship between economic ideas, economic policies and development institutions, analysing the cases of 11 peripheral countries in Europe, Latin America and Asia across the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
It sheds light on the obstacles that have prevented the sustained economic growth of these countries and examines the origins of national and regional approaches to development. The chapters present a fascinating insight into the ideas and visions in the different locations, with the overarching categories of economic nationalism and economic liberalism and how they have influenced development outcomes.
This book will be valuable reading for advanced students and researchers of development economics, the history of economic thought and economic history.
Graduated in Economic and Business Sciences (1993) and Philosophy (2006), she obtained a doctorate in Economics from the Complutense University of Madrid (2003) and is a University Holder. She has three six-year research periods in Field 8, Economic and Business Sciences. He directs his own Master of Economic and Business Thought , the UCM Iberian Journal of the History of Economic Thought and the Complutense Research group of History of Economic Thought , the latter two together with Luis Perdices.
She has directed research projects on the importance of ideas in economic development. He has been responsible for innovation projects since 2004 to create a MOOC for the history of economic thought. She has been elected advisor of the Spanish Association of Economic History (AEHE) and of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET) and obtained the History of Economic Analysis Award 2005 (ESHET) and the ESHET "Young Scholar of the Year Prize 2011.
She has been Visiting Scholar of the Department of Economics at Harvard University in 2003-05 (sponsor Stephen Marglin) and professor at the Université Lumière Lyon 2 (2019).
Source: Complutense University Madrid
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