Oil revenues, distributional coalitions, and economic development: An analysis of the Venezuelan case
The windfall of oil revenues that flooded the Venezuelan economy, during the decade of the seventies, provided government officials with the financial means to stimulate the process of development and enhance the well-being of future generations. In spite of that wealth, Venezuela is now-a-days showing an alarming negative trend in its rate of growth, accompanied by higher levels of unemployment, poverty and income inequality.
|Authors:||Gil Ravelo, Jose Amado|
Florida State University Libraries
|Type of publication:||Other|
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