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Fábrica y territorio: un caso al sur de la región metropolitana de Buenos Aires

  • Cintia Russo

    (Departamento de Economía y Administración, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Buenos Aires, Argentina Y Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina)

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    En el presente artículo reflexionamos sobre el papel que jugaron las empresas y los empresarios en la configuración del territorio en una etapa de la economía argentina. Consideramos, como punto de partida, que el vínculo empresa-territorio se manifiesta tanto en una dimensión material como también en una inmaterial, que se observa en la conformación del imaginario colectivo y de la identidad industrial de una comunidad. El caso seleccionado es el de Cristalerías Rigolleau, una empresa productora de envases de vidrio instalada al sur de la región metropolitana de Buenos Aires a comienzos del siglo xx . En este sentido, el análisis y reelaboración de un caso particular permitiría hacer un aporte a un debate conceptual más amplio. Nos interrogamos, entonces, acerca de las condiciones de atractividad territorial que están en el origen de la instalación de las empresas en un determinado locus, y sobre los desafíos y las alternativas que supuso la industrialización por sustitución de importaciones a nivel local. KEY Classification-JEL: N66. O14. N86. N96

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    Volume (Year): 07 (2011)
    Issue (Month): 03 ()
    Pages: 369-379

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