VOL. 4, NO. 3, PGS. 19–28


More of the Same
Latin American Extractivism in the 21st Century
Alicia Puyana Mutis

Alicia Puyana Mutis is a Research Professor at the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences, academic headquarters in Mexico. She is also the author of La economía petrolera en un mercado politizado and global: México and Colombia.

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Neo-extractivism is not a new economic model led by a neo-developmentalist state. It is rather the renewal of transnational capital’s penetration of Latin American commodities and some public goods (air, sun, beaches, etc.). The difference between neo-extractivism and the extractivism of the early 20th century is not its nature, but [...]

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