1st Edition

The Peruvian Mining Industry
Growth, Stagnation, And Crisis





ISBN 9780367310240
Published May 31, 2021 by Routledge
297 Pages

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This book examines patterns of growth, stagnation, and crisis in the Peruvian mining industry in twentieth century, presenting an assessment of the nature of some internal constraints which prevents mining companies in Peru from responding to price incentives and increased demand for their products.

Table of Contents

Introduction -- The Barriers to Capitalist Expansion in Underdeveloped Countries -- A Comparative Analysis of the Peruvian Mining Industry and the International Metals Market -- The Transformation of Highland Society and the Historical Roots of Industrial Mining -- Consolidation of the Mining Industry and the Emergence of a Free Wage Labor Force -- Restructuring Ownership and Transformation of the Labor Process -- Nationalizations and Their Aftermath -- Sources for the Statistical Data, Construction of Time Series, and Statistical Methods -- Volume of Metal Production in the Peruvian Mining Industry and in the World Mining Industry -- Value of Mining Production and World Market Prices -- Statistical Correlation Between Changes in the Peruvian Mining Industry and Changes in the World Mining Industry, 1900-1945 -- Statistical Correlation Between Changes in the Peruvian Mining Industry and Changes in the World Mining Industry, 1945-1977 -- Statistical Correlation Between Changes in Peruvian and World Metal Production, 1945-1977 -- Appendix G -- Appendix H -- Appendix I -- Appendix J -- Appendix K -- Data on the Peruvian Mining Industry, 1977-1985 -- Series in Political Economy in Economic Development in Latin America

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Elizabeth Dore