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Economia e Sociedade

versão impressa ISSN 0104-0618versão On-line ISSN 1982-3533

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AMARAL FILHO, Jair do. Prebisch-ECLAC: revisiting the "Havana Manifesto". Econ. soc. [online]. 2018, vol.27, n.1, pp.29-59. ISSN 0104-0618.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/1982-3533.2017v27n1art2.

The return to the ECLAC’s seminal theses has become an almost mandatory exercise for those who study and aim to understand current issues in Latin America. The purpose of this text is to return to and reflect on the ECLAC’s primórdios of the theory of economic development, using the work written by Raúl Prebisch Introduction to Latin America Economic Survey, 1949, or, as it has become known, the "Latin American Manifesto" or simply, "Manifesto of Havana” as a reference. The specific objective is to identify and recover the structure, the lines of central ideas and arguments contained in the Manifesto, considered the cornerstone of the creation of the Economic Commission for Latin America (ECLAC). This text is divided into two parts. The first analyzes the aspect of the driving force of the Manifesto and the second examines four theses or lines of ideas, favored by Prebisch in the Manifesto of Havana.

Palavras-chave : Economic development; Latin America; Raul Prebisch; ECLAC; Manifesto of Havan.

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