An analysis of business/government relations in Peru which focuses on the complex and changing linkages between the social class that controls key material resources and the State. The author argues that, despite its traditional weakness, the national bourgeoisie has become a key political actor.
Table of Contents
The national bourgeoisie as a political actor; the economic structure in contemporary Peru; forms of organization and mediation with the state; participation in governing coalitions; conflict - causes and consequences; the political activation of the national bourgeoisie.
Francisco Durand (Author)