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Análisis crítico del discurso desarrollista de Rogelio Frigerio (Argentina 1958-1962) a través de la teoría de Marcelo Diamand

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El desarrollismo en la República Argentina tuvo lugar durante la presidencia del Dr. Arturo Frondizi entre mayo de 1958 y marzo de 1962. Uno de los intelectuales más destacados de dicho gobierno, cuyo nombre quedo unido al desarrollismo en forma indisoluble, fue Rogelio Frigerio. A través de un programa económico, que buscaba desarrollar la industria básica y las comunicaciones, intentaron producir una transformación estructural del sistema productivo nacional, tras una pretendida integración territorial y de los distintos sectores económicos. El periodo de gobierno incompleto, ya que Frondizi tuvo que dejar la presidencia del país dos años antes que se cumpliera su mandato, y la falta de resolución de los problemas económicos que se pretendían solucionar, hacen necesario un análisis crítico que enfocado estrictamente desde la teoría económica permita evidenciar las causas y los procesos que tuvieron lugar para dicho desenlace. Desde la teoría de las estructuras productivas desequilibradas elaborada por Marcelo Diamand se realiza el análisis del discurso y las elaboraciones teóricas realizadas por el desarrollismo referidos al periodo de gobierno mencionado.

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  • Gainza, Martín Damián, 2013. "Análisis crítico del discurso desarrollista de Rogelio Frigerio (Argentina 1958-1962) a través de la teoría de Marcelo Diamand," Nülan. Deposited Documents 1918, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Sociales, Centro de Documentación.
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