Pinochet's Economic Accomplices: An Unequal Country by Force

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Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky, Karinna Fernández, Sebastián Smart
Rowman & Littlefield, Jan 12, 2021 - Business & Economics - 460 pages
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With a focus on Chile, Pinochet’s Economic Accomplices: An Unequal Country by

Force uses theoretical arguments and empirical studies to argue that focusing on

the behavior of economic actors of the dictatorship is crucial to achieve basic objectives

in terms of justice, memory, reparation, and non-repetition measures. This

book makes visible a number of cases of economic complicity with the Chilean

dictatorship and explains their links with the radical inequalities the country has

today while proposing a theoretical framework for their study. Scholars of Latin

American studies, history, sociology, economics, business, and human rights will

find this book particularly useful.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Economic ComplicityPast and Present
19
Pinochets Economy
91
A Game of Support Corruption and Material Benefits
165
Repressive Rules and Procedures for Corporations
237
Case Studies
341
Legal Elements of Economic Complicity
373
Conclusions and Prospects
407
Index
421
About the Editors and Contributors
435
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Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky was the independent expert on debt and human rights of the United Nations between 2014 and 2020.

Karinna Fernández is a human rights lawyer, legal advisor to Londres 38 and Forest Peoples Programme.

Sebastián Smart is regional director for the Chilean National Human Rights Institution and lecturer at Universidad Austral de Chile.

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