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Une approche régulationnniste des crises de l'économie Argentine : 1930-2002

  • Panigo, Demian
  • Torija-Zane, Edgardo

En dépassant les obstacles des approches traditionnelles, le cadre analytique fourni par la Théorie de la Régulation offre de nouvelles perspectives pour l'évaluation des crises économiques. Il apparaît particulièrement approprié pour l'identification de leurs causes, ainsi que pour l'évaluation de leurs aspects distincts et des conséquences majeures qu'elles peuvent avoir sur le mode de régulation et le régime d'accumulation. A l'aide de cette approche, nous réexaminons les crises argentines du dernier siècle afin d'identifier les facteurs communs ainsi que les traits particuliers qui caractérisent ces processus de bouleversement économique et institutionnel.

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Length: 64 pages
Date of creation: 2004
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Handle: RePEc:cpm:cepmap:0407
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