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Social factors in economic development; the Argentine case.

Toma s Roberto Fillol

Social factors in economic development; the Argentine case.

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Published by Massachusetts Institute of Technology .
Written in English


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Number of Pages118
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POLITICAL. Argentina government has a strong democratic , President Fernandez de Kirchner won the presidency for the second government has been successful at introducing reforms to encourage regional trade and support private sector investment, particularly for the development of the country’s infrastructure, primarily through private-public partnership. 5 The Shift to a Funded Social Security System: The Case of Argentina Joaquin Cottani and Gustavo Demarco The Argentine social security system has been modified a number of times since its creation in The pay-as-you-go system was adopted in The reform of established the system’s definitive structure, which remained.


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