Rectifying the Path

Rectifying the Path : A Viable Alternative Model for Bolivia

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The critical time which we live today -at early XXI century once again raises doubts about the viability of the Bolivian State and society; with the difference that this time the doubt is supported by the neo-liberal model of global validity, denying the possibility of survival to those nation states that have not proved their worthiness to be constituted as such; mainly because of a perceived lack of training of its society organized and managed efficiently. The path followed by Bolivia, from its founding to the present, seems to agree with this view. It is in this context that "Rectifying the Path - A Viable Alternative Model for Bolivia," a book by the economist Marco Antonio Eguino Humerez, also reveal the real causes that determined the comparative backwardness of Bolivia, not only with the world's richest countries, but with its neighbors, and explain why this situation is a constant throughout its history; It proposes an alternative economically and politically viable model, which allows the country to amend the mistakes made so far, and be able to, on the basis thereof, constitute a society and a state that offer a near future of prosperity, progress and dignity for all Bolivians.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 206 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 11mm | 281g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514398605
  • 9781514398609

About Marco Antonio Eguino Humerez

Marco Antonio Eguino Humerez was born in the city of Cochabamba, Bolivia. His parents Jose Arturo Eguino Claure, General of the Bolivian Army and Maria Estrada Selmira Humerez Eguino. He attended the Catholic primary schools of "Franciscano" in the city of Potosi and "La Salle" in the city of Cochabamba. High school in the Spanish Liceum of Paris where his father was stationed at the embassy of his country in France. He graduated from high school at La Salle school in the city of Cochabamba subsequently he entered the University of San Simon in the same city to start his studies of economics, having graduated with an outstanding grade which earned the publication of his thesis with the support of the Dutch Universities of Tilburg, Waggeningen, and Utrecht. During his student life in high school and the university, he traveled extensively, through the profession of his father by different countries standing out for their influence on his profession as an economist almost all countries of South America, Panama, the United States, France, England, Germany, Italy, and others. During his professional life he received several awards and distinctions, mainly for his work in research in the field of economic development. Reasons why he was also invited to speak at various forums, seminars, workshops, etc. He has published two previous books the first entitled "Neoliberalism. Origin and Foundations - The Need of a Viable Alternative Model" 2001, and "Rectifying the Path - A Viable Alternative Model for Bolivia" in 2003. Both books were purchased by their own initiative by numerous universities in the United States and Canada such as Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Duke, North Carolina, Toronto in Canada, etc. Today, he continues his research on development and economic growth focused in developing countries."show more