|Statement||by Paul Luke.|
|Series||EIU economic prospects series, Special report / the Economist Intelligence Unit ;, no. 2003, Special report (Economist Intelligence Unit (Great Britain)) ;, no. 2003.|
|Contributions||Economist Intelligence Unit (Great Britain)|
|LC Classifications||HC237 .L79 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||107 p. :|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||90134295|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations, maps ; 22 cm: Responsibility. Explore our list of Venezuela - History Books at Barnes & Noble®. Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership. Our Stores Are Open Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help. Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow. The Collapse of Venezuela and Its Impact on the Region By Ellis, R. Evan Military Review, Vol. 97, No. 4, July-August Read preview Overview Crafting Civilian Control of the Military in Venezuela: A Comparative Perspective By Harold A. Trinkunas University of North Carolina Press, El IVA en Venezuela by José Rafael Bermúdez, , Planeta edition, in Spanish / español - 1a. ed.
Another well known work of literature, the book Venezuela Heroica by Eduardo Blanco, is widely considered to be one of the first Venezuelan novels. An epic in the style of the Iliad, it presents a view of Venezuelan history in the classical romantic sense. CRUDE NATION How Oil Riches Ruined Venezuela By Raúl Gallegos pp. Potomac Books. () The farce has not held up since Chávez’s death in . Venezuela’s economic fortunes have been tethered to the price of oil for most of the country’s modern history, a dependency that only worsened after a . The best books to understand what is happening in Venezuela From a history of its oil trade to a classic novel by a former president, here’s the books you need to read amid Venezuela.
Many in the media have blamed Venezuela’s worsening humanitarian crisis on corruption, mismanagement, falling oil prices, or U.S sanctions—anything but the rise of socialism in what was once the wealthiest country in South America. Yet corruption and mismanagement were the direct result of increased government control of the economy—socialism—and in reality, lower oil prices and U.S. Cultivos tradicionales de Venezuela by Cecilia Fuentes, , Fundación Bigott edition, in Spanish / español. By the mids, Venezuela under President Rafael Caldera saw annual inflation rates of 50–60% from to with an exceptional peak in at %. The percentage of people living in poverty rose from 36% in to 66% in , with the country suffering a severe banking crisis (Venezuelan banking crisis of ). Aerial view of Plaza Venezuela in Caracas, Venezuela in But Venezuela is now deeply mired in political, economic, and humanitarian crises. The nation’s economy contracted an estimated percent in , and is expected to shrink between and 6 percent further in