The Changing Coordinates of Trade and Power in Latin America
Implications for Policy Space and Policy Coherence
This paper examines the political and economic context and factors that explain this shift, paying particular attention to the failings of orthodox neoliberalism, the so-called turn to the Left via electoral politics, and the rise of non-state actors in influencing the policy process. It also considers the implications of changes in trade and regional integration policy, as well as in power relations, for inclusive development.
© 2010 United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD)
Manuel Mejido Costoya, Peter Utting, Gloria Carrión