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Neoliberal restructuring at work in the urban South : the production and re-production of scarcity and vulnerability in the Argentine fisheries sector

  title={Neoliberal restructuring at work in the urban South : the production and re-production of scarcity and vulnerability in the Argentine fisheries sector},
  author={Allen Brunet},
Following the adoption of the sweeping neoliberal reforms adopted in the last quarter of the 20th century, within a few years the Argentine fisheries sector shifted from a relatively stable accumulation process – organised around a Fordist structure of production, domestic capital, waged labour and an ‘under-exploited’ resource base – to a situation of over-fishing, internationalisation of capital and flexible production based on the precarisation of the labour force. While this and… Expand
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