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Las asimetrías del ciclo económico en Argentina: una aproximación empírica en torno a las crisis estructurales recientes

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  • Alejandro Pereyra
  • Gustavo Demarco
  • Flavio Buchieri
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    Se examinan los efectos sociales de las dos últimas grandes crisis o cambios estructurales en Argentina ocurridas, la primera, durante 1989/1990 y, la segunda, durante los años 2001/2002. Para ello se estudia la relación entre la volatilidad del PIB y la vulnerabilidad social medida a través del índice de pobreza. Se analiza los impactos que la inestabilidad agregada genera sobre la vulnerabilidad social en torno a las dos crisis estructurales antes mencionadas y profundizamos en lo que se conocen como “asimetrías del ciclo”.

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    Paper provided by Instituto Universitario de Análisis Económico y Social in its series Working Papers with number 05/17.

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    Length: 19 pages
    Date of creation: May 2017
    Handle: RePEc:uae:wpaper:0517
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