Ulusal kalkınmacılıktan küresel neoliberalizme anti emperyalizm Latin Amerika deneyimi

2009-10-01
Latin Amerika kalkınma okulu üçüncü dünya kalkınmacılığı içinde merkezi bir yer tutar. Bu makale Latin Amerika kalkınma tartışmalarından ve deneyimlerinden yola çıkarak üçüncü dünyanın kalkınma mücadelesinin merkez ülkelere karşı olduğu kadar ülke içindeki egemen sınıflara karşı bir mücadele olduğuna işaret ediyor. Makalenin ilk bölümü Latin Amerika kalkınma okulu tartışmalarının temel eksenlerini ortaya çıkarmayı amaçlıyor. Bu bölüm gösteriyor ki, tartışmalarda anti-emperyalizm vurgusu güçlüdür ve kalkınmanın önündeki en önemli engelin Anglo-sakson merkez ülkelere olan bağımlılık ilişkisi olduğu vurgulanır. Makalenin ikinci kısmı ulusal kalkınmacılıktan neoliberal küreselleşmeye kadar uygulanan kalkınma politikalarının izini sürerek, Latin Amerika’da eşitlikçi kalkınma politikalarının uygulanmasını engelleyen en önemli faktörün bu ülkelerin egemen sınıflarının stratejileri ve işbirlikleri olduğunun altını çiziyor.
ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF FACULTY OF POLITICAL SCIENCES-SIYASAL BILGILER FAKULTESI DERGISI

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A. Topal Yılmaz, “Ulusal kalkınmacılıktan küresel neoliberalizme anti emperyalizm Latin Amerika deneyimi,” ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF FACULTY OF POLITICAL SCIENCES-SIYASAL BILGILER FAKULTESI DERGISI, pp. 113–139, 2009, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/76053.