Directly to content
  1. Publishing |
  2. Search |
  3. Browse |
  4. Recent items rss |
  5. Open Access |
  6. Jur. Issues |
  7. DeutschClear Cookie - decide language by browser settings

THE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF THE CHILEAN FREE MARKET REVOLUTION

Kaiser Barents von Hohenhagen, Axel

[img]
Preview
PDF, English
Download (1MB) | Terms of use

Citation of documents: Please do not cite the URL that is displayed in your browser location input, instead use the DOI, URN or the persistent URL below, as we can guarantee their long-time accessibility.

Abstract

This is a study on the philosophical foundations of the Chilean institutional transformation that took place in the 1970s and 1980s and which is commonly referred to as Chile’s “free market revolution”. Its primary goal is to determine if a comprehensive version of classical liberalism, rooted in the American ideas of liberty, including ideas of political liberty and democracy, was behind the process of economic and institutional change that led Chile to become the most prosperous country in Latin America.

Item Type: Dissertation
Supervisor: Patzel-Mattern, Prof. Dr. Katja
Date of thesis defense: 15 December 2014
Date Deposited: 08 Jan 2015 06:55
Date: 2014
Faculties / Institutes: Philosophische Fakultät > Historisches Seminar
Subjects: 100 Philosophy
320 Political science
330 Economics
980 General history of South America
About | FAQ | Contact | Imprint |
OA-LogoDINI certificate 2013Logo der Open-Archives-Initiative