This book is fine study of industrial policy in Ecuador. It provides a valuable model for comparison with other developing countries, and examines the shift from unrestricted support for import substitution industries to stabilization policies and to export-led growth strategies.
Table of Contents
Foreword -- Introduction -- Development of Contemporary Industry and the Industrial Class Structure -- The Economic and Social Situation of Industrialists in the Context of Oil Exports -- Policy Preferences and Industrial Interests -- The Power of Industrialists -- Conclusions -- Appendix A -- Appendix B
Jorge A. Hidrobo