|Title:||The nationalization of the Venezuelan oil industry from technocratic success to political failure|
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|Publisher:||Lexington Books (1983)|
First Online: 01 March 1986.
Nationalization of the Venezuelan Oil Industry: From Technocratic Success to Political Failure (This is an example product description. Coronel, Gustavo Rafaél was born on August 23, 1933 in Caracas, Venezuela. Son of Jesus M. and Filomena (Garcia) Coronel. Bachelor of Science in Geology, University Tulsa, 1955. Postgraduate, University Center, Caracas, 1958. Postgraduate, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, 1987.
The Nationalization of the Venezuelan Oil Industry: From Technocratic Success to Political Failure. Hispanic Am Hist Rev. Edwin Lieuwen. Venezuela: The Political Economy of Oil. Article. With the wave of nationalizations, mainly between 1969 and 1976, state mining enterprises have come to dominate the mining industry in most Third World mineral producers. The author discusses the reasons behind this take-over of the mining sector by the state, failed expectations, structural weaknesses, restructuring as a response to the failed expectations of the industry both at the enterprise level and in the context of government-state enterprise relations, and economic policies of government as determinants for state mining enterprise performance.
The Nationalization of the Venezuelan Oil Industry from Technocratic Success to Political Failure, Lexington, 1983, Lexington, Massachusetts. Corrales, Javier, Presidents without Parties: The Politics of Economic Reform in Argentina and Venezuela in the 1990’s, Pennsylvania State University, 2002, University Park, Penn. Crystal, Jill, Oil and Politics in the Gulf: Rulers and Merchants in Kuwait and Qatar Series: Cambridge Middle East Library (No. 24), Cambridge University, 1995, Cambridge, . Davis, Charles L. Working-Class Mobilization and Political Control: Venezuela and.
The Nationalization of the Venezuelan Oil. Industry from Technocratic Success to Political Failure. Lexington, Massachusetts: Lexington, 1983. The Political Economy of Venezuelan Oil. New York: Praeger, 1987. Ray, Talton F. The Politics of the Barrios of Venezuela.
Oil industry in Venezuela is the most important industry in the country. The political turmoil and the politics of the president Hugo Chavez are not in favor of the industry. Nationalization of the oil drilling activities and the attempt of establishing control over the oil ports, are preventing the industry of acquiring national competitive advantage. If we evaluate the porters diagram, we’ll see that instead of getting all four attributes, the industry have only one partial attribute and that is the natural resources. The nationalization of the Venezuelan oil industry: From technocratic success to political failure. Journal of International Business Studies, (17), 149-152. html Hill, C. W. L. (2012).