The politics of inequality and redistribution in Latin America

The Place: Latin America

Type/ Subject/ Tag: Latin America, Current issue, Politics

The decline in social and economic inequality registered in many Latin American countries since the late 1990s coincided with a shift away from the politics of market-based structural adjustment and towards a political landscape in which the social problems of poverty and inequality play a prominent role. This repoliticization of inequality has manifested itself both in the revival of mass protest movements and in an electoral turn to the left, and it has generated a diverse array of policy tools for tackling inequality, poverty and underemployment.

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Links/References: http://unu.edu/publications/articles/the-politics-of-inequality-and-redistribution-in-latin-america.html#info

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