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The Chicago Boys were a group of Chilean economists prominent around the 1970s and 80s, the majority of whom trained at the Department of Economics of the University of Chicago under Milton Friedman and Arnold Harberger, or at its affiliate in the economics department at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. Upon their return to Latin America they adopted positions in numerous South American governments as economic advisors, many of them reaching high positions. They are credited with transforming Chile into Latin America's best performing economy and one of the world's best business climates. However, critics point to drastic increases in unemployment that can be attributed to policies implemented on their advice to fight inflation. Some (such as Nobel laureate Amartya Sen) have ar

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  • Le surnom de « Chicago Boys » désigne un groupe d'économistes chiliens des années 1970, formés à l'Université de Chicago et influencés par Milton Friedman et Arnold Harberger. Ils travaillèrent pour la dictature militaire chilienne dirigée par le général Augusto Pinochet, et jouèrent un rôle majeur dans ce qui est parfois appelé le « miracle chilien », selon une formule de Milton Friedman.
  • Chicago Boys (lata 70. XX wieku, w okresie po puczu w 1973) – grupa ok. 25 chilijskich ekonomistów pracujących w administracji rządu Augusto Pinocheta. Większość z nich studiowało w Szkole Ekonomii na Universidad Católica w Chile oraz na University of Chicago w USA, gdzie uczyli się od Miltona Friedmana i innych przedstawicieli chicagowskiej szkoły ekonomii. Napisali manifest wzywający do natychmiastowej reprywatyzacji państwowych przedsiębiorstw w Chile, znacjonalizowanych wcześniej przez socjalistycznego prezydenta Salvadora Allende. Określenia to ukuła amerykańska prasa.
  • 芝加哥男孩(英语:Chicago Boys),對一群拉丁美洲經濟學家的非正式稱呼,這些經濟學家都是年輕男性,在芝加哥大學受教育,回國後,在智利天主教大学中創立了經濟學系,因此得名。在1970年代至1980年代,在奥古斯托·皮诺切特軍事執政團統治時期,這些支持新自由主義的經濟學者,共同推動了智利經濟改革計畫,克服了惡性通貨膨脹,創造了智利奇蹟。這些經濟學家的理念主要來自於米爾頓·佛利民與阿諾德·哈柏格。
  • The Chicago Boys were a group of Chilean economists prominent around the 1970s and 80s, the majority of whom trained at the Department of Economics of the University of Chicago under Milton Friedman and Arnold Harberger, or at its affiliate in the economics department at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. Upon their return to Latin America they adopted positions in numerous South American governments as economic advisors, many of them reaching high positions. They are credited with transforming Chile into Latin America's best performing economy and one of the world's best business climates. However, critics point to drastic increases in unemployment that can be attributed to policies implemented on their advice to fight inflation. Some (such as Nobel laureate Amartya Sen) have ar
  • Chicago Boys (en español: Chicos de Chicago) es una denominación aparecida en la década de 1970 que hace referencia a los economistas liberales educados en la Universidad de Chicago, bajo la dirección de los estadounidenses Milton Friedman y Arnold Harberger.
  • Die Chicago Boys sind eine Gruppe chilenischer Wirtschaftswissenschaftler, die von 1956 bis 1970 größtenteils an der University of Chicago studiert haben und die von den Ideen Friedrich August von Hayeks und Milton Friedmans inspiriert waren. Sie wurden in Chile unter der Herrschaft Augusto Pinochets wirtschafts- und sozialpolitisch sehr einflussreich. Diese Ökonomen waren von der Überlegenheit freier Märkte überzeugt, die sie durch Privatisierungs- und Deregulierungsmaßnahmen zu realisieren suchten.
  • Chicago Boys (em português: Garotos de Chicago) foi o nome dado a um grupo de aproximadamente 25 jovens economistas chilenos que formularam a política econômica da ditadura do general Augusto Pinochet. Foram os pioneiros do pensamento Liberal, antecipando no Chile em quase uma década medidas que só mais tarde seriam adotadas por Margaret Thatcher no Reino Unido.
  • Чикаго-бойз (англ. Chicago boys; «чикагские мальчики») — группа из приблизительно 25 чилийских экономистов 70-х годов XX века (большинство из них получили экономическое образование в Высшей школе экономики при Католическом университете Чили), работавших во время пришедшего к власти военного режима Аугусто Пиночета, с целью построения экономики «свободного рынка» в Чили и децентрализации её экономико-политической системы. Впоследствии название «Чикаго-бойз» стало общеупотребительным словом, означающим «шоковых терапевтов» в сфере национальной экономики.
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