This book analyzes the performance of the manufacturing sector in Chile from 1974 to 1982, looking specifically at the effect of the "neoconservative" or "monetarist experiment" implemented in Chile during that period on the behavior of the Chilean industrial sector.
Introduction 1. Theoretical Issues in the Study of Deindustrialization 2. The Evolution of the Manufacturing Sector: 1974–1982 3. Sources of Structural Change in the Manufacturing Sector 4. Case Studies 5. Characteristics of the Industrial Recovery: 1983–1986 6. Conclusions and Implications of the Study