Nonetheless, the government's use of import substitution industrialization to promote better than average economic growth--known as the Mexican Miracle due to its longevity--and the memory of "the Revolution" allowed the one-party state (the PRI) to use coercive measures against citizens unhappy with Mexico's trajectory without too many political repercussions.
What does ISI stand for?
ISI stands for Import Substitution Industrialization
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Market reforms spread across Latin America when the attempts at import substitution industrialization (ISI) collapsed in the debt crisis of the 1980s.
While both governments used central planning approaches, Nehru focused on import substitution industrialization whereas Mao created communes meant for agricultural production and small-scale industrial development.
The crisis of the 1980s (precipitated by import substitution industrialization in the 1970s) made economic reform imperative and was "a function of economic need, social change, and political structures" (p.
It is well known that import substitution industrialization leads to increased demand for imported capital goods and capital-intensive intermediate inputs, often resulting in deficits on the current account of the balance of payments (Balassa, 1989; G.
This process accelerated under the governments of the Popular Front (1938-1948), which oversaw the process of import substitution industrialization and the implementation of social reforms that were intended to benefit the urban middle and working classes.
Up until the 1980s he advocated the policy of import substitution industrialization as a necessary condition for Peripheral growth and development.
It may be the case that the "easy" stage of import substitution industrialization had come to an end, especially in Egypt, by the immediate post-World War II era.