Sustained economic development in Latin America in times of crisis


  • Bárbara Valenzuela Klagges Universidad Gabriela Mistral
  • Darcy Fuenzalida- O ’Shee Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile
  • Iván Valenzuela-Klagges Universidad San Sebastian
  • Andrea Urrutia Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile.


growth model, pandemic, Exportation, Latin America


Latin American economic development has triggered limited industrialization and slow economic growth, making it vulnerable to external as well as internal crises. This reality has motivated us to reflect on the production and export model applied in Latin America that impacts on its own economic development and that can become more acute in times of crisis. The purpose of this study is to analyze different strategies to advance in sustained development and to face potential economic difficulties.

Author Biography

Bárbara Valenzuela Klagges, Universidad Gabriela Mistral

Doctora en Economia de la Jaume I España. Académica e Investigadora de la Universidad Gabriela Mistral.





Original reflection article