Economic History of Peru Books

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Economic History of Peru. From the Spanish Conquest to the Present. Author: Contreras Carranza, Carlos, SBN: 978-612-326-150-4. Pages: 479
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This book covers the history of Peru as a way to understand the nature of its economy and the tenor of its challenges at this juncture of commemoration of the bicentennial of independence. For this purpose, it examines the way in which the economy was constituted at the time of the viceroyalty and how said organization conditioned the evolution that took place in the two completed centuries of independent life. The economy of Peru today contains various elements that vividly recall its past history, such as the key role of mining exports, both for public and private finances, the centrality of fundamental decisions and the high degree of inequality between regions and countries. among the population. With first-hand data and basic notions of political economy, the successive bonanzas of guano, sugar, cotton, fishmeal and copper, which paraded through these lands after independence, as well as the periods of depression, are reviewed here. and the reform attempts that took place at the beginning of republican life and in the second half of the 20th century. The patterns of continuity with which the author links the events experienced in the country over five hundred years help to clarify the problems of the economy of our days and, thus, to propose realistic formulas for their overcoming.