Abstract

This article analyzes how market reform policies already in place affect social interests, and the feedback effects of those interests on reform processes. The variety of societal responses includes the creation of new societal organizations, reflecting the variable content and asymmetrical distribution of costs and benefits of the policies implemented. Because of this variety even in Peru, where the disorganizing effects of neoliberal reform appear to be strongest, it would seem that the societal impact of economic reform elsewhere in Latin America would also warrant more careful examination.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1548-2456
Print ISSN
1531-426X
Pages
pp. 27-54
Launched on MUSE
2006-02-21
Open Access
N
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