Pendulum to the cube: setting a national market within a transnational framework

Ernesto Araníbar Quiroga


I have always felt that many of the books on the economic history of Bolivia have at least three characteristics in common. The first is of a limited nature, by sticking to purely descriptive aspects; the second is an almost passionate political bias too obvious; and the third is a very negative tone in relation to our history. However, the pendulum to the cube. Setting a national market within a transnational framework, it does not have these features and stands out for proposing a reflection that combines historical analysis with a purposive approach that accounts for the successes and failures that have led us to the reality we live in today. From this analysis, also proposed some interesting reflections on future prospects.


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