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Les pratiques financières des milieux populaires de Rosario (Argentine) à l'aune du démantèlement du rapport salarial fordiste


  • Hadrien Saiag


In Rosario’s industrial neighbourhood, households’ budgets reveal a wide variety of practices aiming at reificating savings and extending debt relations over the time. Those practices must not be understood as an hypothetical “return to barter”: on the contrary, they express the form taken by the financialization of social relations around Rosario. Through their relationship to debt, they express a set of complex social relations. They are analysed as adaptations to new constraints, which arose from the dismantling of the fordist wage-labour nexus.

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  • Hadrien Saiag, 2011. "Les pratiques financières des milieux populaires de Rosario (Argentine) à l'aune du démantèlement du rapport salarial fordiste," Revue française de socio-Economie, La découverte, vol. 0(2), pages 9-30.
  • Handle: RePEc:cai:rfsdec:rfse_008_0009

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