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The Cambridge heritage of Latin the United States is a huge scale, collaborative, multi-volume historical past of Latin the United States spanning the 500 years among the past due 15th century and the current. Latin the USA: economic climate and Society when you consider that 1930 brings jointly chapters from elements 1 and a pair of of quantity VI of The Cambridge historical past to supply a whole survey of the Latin American economies for the reason that 1930.
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Though national policies to control population concentration directly are difficult to design, attention to the indirect effects of programmes that affect employment and investment opportunities can influence population distribution patterns. During the 1970s, primacy patterns remained fairly stable in Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela, increased in Chile and Mexico, and declined in Peru. It remains to be seen whether Mexico City's disastrous 1985 earthquake, which came in the wake of already serious problems of air pollution and an inadequate water supply, has spurred decentralization in Mexico.
1971), p. 103. The population of Latin America, 1930-1990 39 thirds or more in the Dominican Republic, Haiti and several countries in Central America. 8). Though import-substituting industrialization was one of the forces contributing to rapid urban growth, declines in the share of the labour force in agriculture were generally not matched by proportional increases in employment in manufacturing and other industries. In Brazil, for example, the labour force in agriculture declined by 29 percentage points between 1950 and 1980, but the share of industry increased by only 10 points.
Two basic indicators are the level of educational attainment and enrolment at a given level as a per cent of the population in the relevant age categories. Both need to be interpreted with caution because of difference in how countries define them. 30 The proportion range from a high of 94 per cent in Guatemala in 1973 to lows of 4 per cent in Cuba in 1981 and 6 per cent in Argentina in 1980, with percentages generally higher in Central America (except for Panama and Costa Rica) and lower in South American countries.