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Planeando el futuro. Las familias Argentinas y sus decisiones de consumo, ahorro e inversión en capital humano

  • FIEL, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung

  • FIEL

La prolongada crisis que vivió la Argentina desde 1999 afectó muy seriamente a sus familias y determinó un nivel inédito de incidencia de la pobreza en el país. La pérdida del 25% del ingreso en sólo dos años; los cambios en los precios que siguieron a la mega-devaluación, y la caída en el poder de compra salarial obligaron a modificaciones severas en los patrones de consumo y ahorro familiares. Esta investigación busca poner en perspectiva los problemas de decisiones de consumo y ahorro familiares luego de la crisis, tomando como base de comparación nuestra historia económica de los últimos 25 años.

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This book is provided by FIEL in its series Books at FIEL with number 0306 and published in 2006.
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Edition: 1
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