Chile country studies

Chile country studies

Acknowledgments
Preface
Historical Setting
Precolumbian Civilizations
Conquest and Colonization, 1535-1810
The Colonial Economy
Bourbon Reforms, 1759-96
Wars of Independence, 1810-18
Civil Wars, 1818-30
Aristocratic Republicanism, 1830-91
The Conservative Era, 1830-61
The Portalian State, 1830-37
Two Conservative Presidencies, 1841-61
The Liberal Era, 1861-91
War of the Pacific, 1879-83
Downfall of a President, 1886-91
Parliamentary Republic, 1891-1925
Urbanization
Arturo Alessandri's Reformist Presidency, 1920-25
Military Interventions, 1925-32
Carlos Ib汬z's First Presidency, 1927-31
Mass Democracy, 1932-73
Alessandri's Second Presidency, 1932-38
Popular Front Rule, 1938-41
Juan Antonio R㙦's Presidency, 1942-46
Gabriel Gonzቂz Videla's Presidency, 1946-52
Ibz's Second Presidency, 1952-58
Jorge Alessandri's Rightist Term, 1958-64
Eduardo Frei's Christian Democracy, 1964-70
Salvador Allende's Leftist Regime, 1970-73
Military Rule, 1973-90
Neoliberal Economics
The 1980 Constitution
The Crisis of 1982 and the Erosion of Military Rule
The Society and Its Environment
Geography
Natural Regions
The People
Demographic Profile
Urban Areas
Rural Areas
The Labor Force and Income Levels
Social Organizations and Associations
Welfare Institutions and Social Programs
Social Security
Health Programs
Housing Policies
Education
Primary and Secondary Education
Higher Education
Religion and Churches
Religion in Historical Perspective
Forms of Popular Religiosity
Attitudes Toward Family and Gender
Family Structure and Attitudes Toward Gender Roles
The Economy
Evolution of the Economy
Economic Policies, 1950-70
The Popular Unity Government, 1970-73
Economic Crisis and the Military Coup
The Military Government's Free-Market Reforms, 1973-90
Trade Policy
Banking Reform and the Financial Sector
Rural Land Market Reform
Labor-Market Reform
Public Employment Programs
The Debt Crisis: Further Reforms and Recovery
The Return to Democracy, 1990
The Structure of the Economy
Industry and Manufacturing
Mining
Agriculture
Fishing and Forestry
Energy
Banking and Financial Services
Tourism
Construction
Income, Labor Unions, and the Pensions System
Employment and Unemployment
Income Distribution and Social Programs
Unions and Labor Conflicts
Economic Results of the Pensions Privatization
The Central Bank and Monetary Policy
Government and Politics
Constitutional History
Imposition of Authoritarian Rule
The Constitution of 1980
Authoritarianism Defeated by Its Own Rules
The Constitutional Reforms of 1989
State and Government Institutions
The Presidency
The Legislative Branch
The Courts
The Autonomous Powers
The Constitutional Tribunal
The Central Bank of Chile
The Electoral Certification Tribunal
The Armed Forces
Regional and Local Government
Parties and the Electoral System
The Electoral System
The Parties of the Left
The Parties of the Center
The Parties of the Right
The 1993 Presidential Election
The Church, Business, Labor, and the Media
Business
Labor
The Media
Foreign Relations
Relations with the United States
General Relations
Bibliography

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chile
http://www.startupchile.org/


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