ECLA


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ECLA

N ABBR =Economic Commission for Latin AmericaCEPAL f
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As the name suggests, ECLA geared its training and research towards economic rather than agricultural or administrative affairs (Hira 1998, 36).
Although HB 3337 focused exclusively on residential land needs, ECLA also encompasses industrial, commercial and public lands (for example, lands for schools and parks).
Meanwhile, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ECLA) is not an evangelical church, though there are evangelicals within the ECLA.
12/89 (May 14, 1950) [hereinafter ECLA 1950] (describing plan for establishing viable economies in Latin America).
These were intellectually supported by dependency theory and structuralism, advanced by ECLA economist Raul Prebisch.
The task force seems to be counting on its moderate position within the ECLA, a move that has disappointed conservatives and gay and lesbian advocates alike, to serve it well in ecumenical discussions.
Under the leadership of Raul Prebisch, ECLA analysts looked at the disappointing economic performance of Latin America in the first half of the century, focusing on the volatility of primary product exports, and the progressive difficulty of paying for more technologically sophisticated (and expensive) products with the limited agricultural returns.
An ECLA study shows that "in no decade of the past century has the total flow of goods and services out of Brazil been smaller than the flow into Brazil.
The ECLA codes and Japan F-Terms will soon be added to patents in the CA/CAplus files.
With these pieces assembled, he outlines the basic elements of development thinking in the postwar era: the initial structuralism associated with ECLA and various strands of modernization and dependency theories.
5) Comision Economica pare America Latina y el Caribe, "Los Grandes Cambios y la Crisis," Impacto sobre la majer en America Latina y el Caribe (Santiago: CEPALNACIONES UNIDAS, 1990); ECLA, Division de Desarrollo Social, "Analisis Estadistico de la Situacion de la Mujer en Paises de America Latina a Traves de Encuestas de Hogares," LC/R418/Sem 24/2, (Santiago: ECLA, April-May 1985); ISIS Internacional and MUDAR, Mujeres, crisis y movimientos (Santiago: ISIS Internacional, 1988).