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Puerto Rican economy and United States economic fluctuations.
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Puerto Rican economy and United States economic fluctuations. Río Piedras, Social Science Research Center, University of Puerto Rico  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Werner Baer.
The Puerto Rican economy and United States economic fluctuations Unknown Binding – January 1, by Werner Baer (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback Author: Werner Baer. The strategic emphasis placed by CEPAL lies in education, the environment, and industrial linkages and can throw light on important aspects such as the functioning of political economy: What emerges is the "connectivity of the agendas of economic development of Puerto Rico," based in the most influential works on the Puerto Rican economy from.
Input-Output Analysis of the Puerto Rican Economy Amor Gosfield. Chapter in NBER book Input-Output Analysis: An Appraisal (), Conference on Research in Income and Wealth (p. - ) Published in by Princeton University Press in NBER Book Series Studies in Income and WealthCited by: 1.
Boricua Power explains the creation and loss of power as a product of human efforts to enter, keep or end relationships with others in an attempt to satisfy passions and interests, using a theoretical and historical case study of one community–Puerto Ricans in the United : $ "Jose Sanchez offers a fresh new way of thinking about Puerto Rican politics.
Guided by a dynamic and suggestive concept of political power, the author navigates his way deftly through the thickets of volatile debates and controversy in tracking a century-long history of radical class and ethnic speaking-truth-to-power in the Latino vein.5/5(2). The result is the publication of The Economy of Puerto Rico: Restoring Growth, a book-length volume that incorporates the work of thirty-two renowned scholars from the mainland and the island, and analyzes various key economic development issues such as education, the macroeconomic sphere, entrepreneurship, labor supply and labor force.
Vol. 4, No. 1, Apr., Published by: Institute of Caribbean Studies, UPR, The Puerto Rican Economy and United States Economic Fluctuations by Werner Baèr. The Puerto Rican Economy and United States Economic Fluctuations by Werner Baèr (pp.
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Although the United States is a relatively wealthy country by international standards, poverty has consistently been present throughout United States, along with efforts to alleviate it, from New Deal-era legislation during the Great Depression to the national War on Poverty in the.
The United States of America has 41 million people aged five or older that speak Spanish at home, making Spanish the second most spoken language of the United States by far.
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Type Language Publication Year Top Authors Concepts Research Units Collaborators Open Access. The U.S. needs Puerto Rico. The United States needed Puerto Rico for easy access to the Panama Canal while it was being built, for the Island’s strategic location in war time, and for military bases in the 20th century.
But Puerto Rico continues to be important. Book Description: Puerto Rican Women and Work: Bridges in Transnational Laboris the only comprehensive study of the role of Puerto Rican women workers in the evolution of a transnational labor force in the twentieth book examines Puerto Rican women workers, both in Puerto Rico and on the U.S.
contains a range of information--historical, ethnographic, and statistical. A non-incorporated territory of the United States, Puerto Rico operates under U.S. legal, monetary, security and tariff systems. Despite sharing in these and other key U.S.
institutions, Puerto Rico has experienced economic stagnation and large scale unemployment since the Pages: Baer, Werner Overview. Works: The book expertly examines this issue by focusing on the contrasting experiences of two major economies.
Inflation and growth in The Puerto Rican economy and United States economic fluctuations by Werner Baer. economic, political, and legal relationship of the United States. Despite best efforts to jump start the economy with the Law Section inPuerto Rico had become submerged in a protracted stagnation.
As shown in Graph 1, by the middle of the s, the economy of Puerto Rico (its GNP) oscillates around an equilibrium level of activity. An economic assessment of the potential for predator management to benefit Puerto Rican parrots Article in Ecological Economics 46(2) September with 50 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
We use in-depth interviews with Puerto Rican adults and young adults (N=25) and data from the U.S. Census to examine Central Florida Puerto Rican families' demographic and economic profiles and to Author: Jorge Duany.
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"Inflation and Economic Growth: An Interpretation of the Brazilian Case," Economic Development and Cultural Change, October. For most of Puerto Rico’s history, the economy was heavily dependent on outside markets and sharp fluctuations in demand and prices.
The island’s economic circumstances improved after World War II (), when the island undertook a program to develop light manufacturing and to improve service industries such as banking. The history of Puerto Rico in the twentieth century is a history of massive social and economic changes.
It is an example of how one agrarian society transformed into a modern industrialized economy and provides us with an interesting look at the role government institutions can play in economic development and social change.A valuable recounting of the first formal archaeological excavations in Puerto Rico Originally published as the Twenty-Fifth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution inthis book was praised in an article in American Anthropologist as doing “more than any other to give a comprehensive idea of the archaeology of the West Indies.”.