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Entre influencia francesa y desarrollismo latinoamericano: el “urbanismo geopolítico”de los años sesenta y setenta

Abstract : The Francophile tradition in Latin American urban planning evolved in the six-ties and seventies. In France, the State created not only new public but also parapublic organisms in charge of developing urban analysis and planning. One of the most important, which oversaw the Paris region, also developed many missions in Latin America. The study of the first missions in Argentina, Brazil, and Bolivia shows that they were at the conjunction of two movements: the policy of soft power and economic expansion of the French govern-ment and the new “developmentalist” economic planning policies of the Latin American governments.
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Clément Orillard. Entre influencia francesa y desarrollismo latinoamericano: el “urbanismo geopolítico”de los años sesenta y setenta. Iberoamericana. América Latina. España. Portugal , Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut-Berlín--Iberoamericana/Vervuert Madrid-Frankfurt am Main, 2020, 20 (74), pp.57-81. ⟨hal-03301370⟩

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