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Rosemary Thorp

ROSEMARY THORP Emeritus Fellow at St Antony's College, University of Oxford, UK, and also Emeritus Reader of the University. She was Director of the Latin American Centre several times, and in 2003-4 Director of Queen Elizabeth House. Moreover, Rosemary was Chair of Oxfam GB between 2001 and 2006. Among her principal works are Peru 1890-1977: Growth and in an Open Economy (with Geoff Bertram) and Progress, Poverty and Exclusion: an Economic History of Twentieth Century Latin America.

Works

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The Developmental Challenges of Mining and Oil
Lessons from Africa and Latin America

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The authors explain why the discovery and development of natural resources is commonly associated with unstable and unequal development, and frequently with...
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Overcoming the Persistence of Inequality and Poverty

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International experts evaluate new policy directions in economic development and poverty reduction, building on the ideas of a pioneer in the new discipline of...
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Ethnicity and the Persistence of Inequality
The Case of Peru

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Understanding why inequality is so great and has persevered for centuries in a number of Latin American countries requires tools that go beyond economics....
Rosemary Thorp

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