Internationale Politik und Gesellschaft
International Politics and Society 2/2004

The "Argentine Anomaly": From Wealth through Collapse to Neo-Developmentalism

The roots of Argentina's global crisis are deeply embedded in the past. The failure of economic autarchy and the persistence of rent-seeking practices have hindered the development of a productive market economy. President Kirchner's revolution "from above" will succeed only if the economy undergoes a "productive revolution".

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Julio Godio *1939;
Historian and Sociologist; Professor at universities in Argentina, in Amsterdam, Glasgow and Caracas; Director, Instituto para el Mundo del Trabajo, IMT, Buenos Aires, Argentina;

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