Argentina's Economic Growth and Recovery: The Economy in a Time of Default
This book examines the causes of the economic and political crisis in Argentina in 2001 and the process of strong economic recovery. It poses the question of how a country that defaulted on its external loans and was widely criticized by international observers could have succeeded in its growth and development despite this decision in 2002.
It examines this process in terms of the impact of neo-liberal policies on the economy and the role of development strategy and the state in recovering from the crisis.
Construir Bicentenarios Latinoamericanos en la Era de la Globalización
This is the first book that displays the objectives, dressings and activities commemorating the bicentennial of independence in Latin America as a continent-wide.
A diversity of voices from nine countries exposes the rich spectrum of proposals and expectations made at different scales: neighborhood and local, national and regional American.