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The aim of this paper is to investigate to what extent buen vivir ("good life"), Latin America’s new concept for collective well being, can be considered a way forward beyond current paradigms related to economic growth, development, ideology and state building.
This thesis draws upon data collected from government documents and public interviews to examine how Ecuador’s new model challenges neoliberalism in three specific areas: development, environment and culture.
This article takes a closer look at Buen Vivir in Ecuador in regards to environmental governance.
The purpose of this paper is to provide a conceptual overview of linkages between buen vivir and social enterprise as emerging from a review of the literature regarding indigenous development approaches in Latin America.
This article looks at Buen Vivir in Bolivia in its recent political context.
Through a detailed examination of the origins and application of one development model, this article examines the constraints on and limits to postneoliberal development in terms of state-civil society relations and as a form of postcolonial governmentality.