Confluências e matizes nos programas econômicos das ditaduras brasileira e chilena

Hernán Ramírez


In this article, we review the programs that supported the economic policies of Brazilian and Chilean dictatorships. In Brazil, we consider the positions formulated by the Institute of Research and Social Studies (IPES), between 1962 and 1968, mostly implemented during the regime established after 1964; in Chile, we analyse the approach known as El Ladrillo, written and prepared by the Pontifical Catholic University Santiago de Chile, from 1956, which served as a reference to the authoritarian regime established in 1973. By means of which we observe the existence of many aspects in common, despite the local nuances.


economic programs; dictatorships; Brazil; Chile

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DOI: 10.6092/issn.2036-0967/3430

Copyright (c) 2012 Hernán Ramírez

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