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Capitalismo agrario y sojización en la pampa agentina. Las razones del desalojo laboral
[Agrarian capitalism and soybean production in the pampeana region of Argentina. Reasons of eviction of labor]

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  • Acosta Reveles, Irma Lorena

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Argentina is recognized because it has one of the most fertile areas of the orb, the pampeana region. The exuberance of their ecosystem has been basic to preserve the agrarian profile of the country, despite of the impulse to the industrialization in the postwar period. The certain thing is that along the last quarter of century the rural physiognomy of the country has changed radically. This country is probably the best example of penetration of the capitalism in latinamerican fields, with atrocious effects in social and environmental matter. In this occasion it propose a debate over of the impact of these transformations in wage labor, following closely the production of soybean. La República Argentina es reconocida por albergar una de las áreas naturales más fértiles del orbe, la región pampeana. La exuberancia de su ecosistema ha sido clave para preservar el perfil agrario del país, no obstante el impulso a la industrialización que en la posguerra compartieron las naciones de América Latina. Lo cierto es que a lo largo del último cuarto de siglo la fisonomía rural del país ha cambiado radicalmente. Este país es quizá el mejor ejemplo de penetración del capital en el campo latinoamericano, con efectos atroces en materia social y ambiental. En esta ocasión nos proponemos debatir acerca del impacto laboral de estas transformaciones, siguiendo de cerca la evolución de las relaciones salariales en la región pampeana, pero sólo en lo que corresponde a la producción de soja.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 11493.

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Date of creation: Apr 2008
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Publication status: Published in Lavboratorio 22.10(2008): pp. 8-12
Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:11493

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Keywords: Agriculture; capital; wage labor; soybean; Argentina;

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