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Independencia, interdependencia y dependencia


  • Juan Carlos de Pablo


“El 9 de julio de 1816, en San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina dispuso su independencia política. 200 años después seguimos sin disponer la independencia económica”. Esto lo escuché muchas veces, a lo largo de mi vida, y lo reescribo en versión actualizada. ¿Qué contenido específico puede tener la expresión “logremos la independencia económica”; en qué sentido es factible, y en cuál conveniente? Tratar de responder estos interrogantes es el objetivo principal de estas líneas. Para lo cual –como digo, tratando de darle a la expresión contenido específico- se analizarán brevemente las ideas de autarquía, interacción entre iguales e interacción entre el centro y la periferia.

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  • Juan Carlos de Pablo, 2016. "Independencia, interdependencia y dependencia," CEMA Working Papers: Serie Documentos de Trabajo. 590, Universidad del CEMA.
  • Handle: RePEc:cem:doctra:590

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