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Crecimiento y equidad en la Argentina. Tomo 1

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Quince años después de El fracaso del estatismo, el estudio de mayor impacto desarrollado en la década de 1980, FIEL sintió la obligación de encarar esta nueva investigación. A pesar de tanta experiencia acumulada en la Argentina y en el mundo acerca de que el bienestar depende en forma crucial de establecer una economía de mercado eliminando la discreción y la corrupción en el manejo de las políticas públicas, el mensaje no había llegado a todos. El trabajo actual es, en tal sentido el reflejo de que las reformas incompletas como la que encaró la Argentina en la década de 1990 terminan generando altos costos para la sociedad que - tarde o temprano - encierran la semilla de iniciativas de contrarreforma.

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This book is provided by FIEL in its series Books at FIEL with number 1001 and published in 2001.
Volume: 1
Edition: 1
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