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Modelo Primario Exportador en la Argentina Post-Devaluación

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  • Leandro Cerutti

    (Universidad Nacional del Sur)

  • Martin Schrod

    (Universidad Nacional del Sur)

Abstract

Se analiza la viabilidad del modelo de crecimiento aplicado en nuestro país luego de la devaluación. Comenzaremos repasando las principales teorías de crecimiento con el fin de determinar si existe alguna que respalde dicha estrategia de crecimiento. Luego examinaremos el modelo aplicado en nuestro país en el período 1870-1930 para realizar una comparación con el modelo actual. Entonces teniendo la teoría y la historia como respaldo, intentaremos descubrir si es posible lograr crecimiento basados exclusivamente en la exportación de productos primarios. Para ello haremos un estudio teórico y empírico para el periodo post-devaluación. Por último expondremos en forma detallada las limitaciones que a nuestro juicio presenta dicha estrategia de desarrollo, y a modo de conclusión presentaremos distintos escenarios posibles de la economía internacional que afecten la inserción de Argentina en el mundo.

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  • Leandro Cerutti & Martin Schrod, 2005. "Modelo Primario Exportador en la Argentina Post-Devaluación," Macroeconomics 0506007, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpma:0506007 Note: Type of Document - doc; pages: 21. Una visión teorica del modelo argentino post devaluacion
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    Keywords

    Modelo primario exportador; insercion de argentina en el mundo; restricciones; soluciones;

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    • E - Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics

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