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La Protesta Agraria De La Burguesía Agropecuaria En La Argentina Contemporánea. Concentración De La Producción, Renta De La Tierra Y Unidad Corporativa De La Burguesía Agropecuaria, 1970-2008

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  • Gonzalo SANZ CERBINO
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    La Argentina se ha visto recientemente sacudida por un intenso proceso de movilización de su burguesía agropecuaria. Durante todo un año, el 2008, el país se mantuvo en vilo por este conflicto, en el que las corporaciones agropecuarias enfrentaron con virulencia al gobierno nacional. La protesta agropecuaria no es nueva, y nos dice mucho acerca de las bases sobre las que se sostiene la economía nacional. En este artículo haremos un recorrido por los principales conflictos que involucraron a esta fracción de la clase dominante a lo largo del siglo XX, prestando especial atención a los cambios y continuidades sufridos por el fenómeno. Intentaremos, a partir de este recorrido histórico, explicar no solo los determinantes de los recientes conflictos, sino también algunos de los elementos que ayudan a comprender el derrotero de la economía argentina y sus más recientes crisis. Argentina has recently been shocked by an intense mobilization process of the agrarian bourgeoisie. For the whole 2008, the country held in suspense by the conflict, in which agricultural corporations confronted violently with the national government. Agricultural protest is not new, and tells us much about the basis on which the national economy is sustained. In this article we will review the major conflicts involving this fraction of the ruling class throughout the twentieth century, with special attention to the changes and continuities experienced by the phenomenon. We’ll try, from this historical overview, to explain not only the determinations of the recent conflicts, but also some of the elements that help to understand the itinerary of the Argentina economy and its most recent crisis.

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    Article provided by University of Santiago de Compostela. Faculty of Economics and Business. in its journal Revista Galega de Economía.

    Volume (Year): 24 (2015)
    Issue (Month): 2 ()
    Pages: 85-98

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