La industria argentina en los ?90s y el discurso de la desimplicación estatal: explorando causas y efectos
AbstractFirstly, even though there was a successful differing international experience, in the present paper we intend to identify those elements that could explain why Argentine speeches and politics of the 90´s promoted the state?s withdrawal in the encouragement of the accumulation process, and particularly, in the industrial support. Secondly, our objective is to consider the effective introduction of ?selective non-implicated politics? of the state during those years, and to evaluate their effects over the national industry. The strong weakness and unsophistication of the domestic productive and industrial structure that show the test of the industrial texture, together with the worsening of the concentring and transnationalizing malformations that are observed at the morphological level of the sector, are showed like real bases to consider the impossibility of maintaining both: the economic and industrial process of growth and the accumulation and international insertion strategy developed during the mentioned decade.
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Volume (Year): 22 (2004)
Issue (Month): (January)
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