Rise and Collapse of Neoliberalism in Argentina

@article{Teubal2004RiseAC,
  title={Rise and Collapse of Neoliberalism in Argentina},
  author={M. Teubal},
  journal={Journal of Developing Societies},
  year={2004},
  volume={20},
  pages={173 - 188}
}
  • M. Teubal
  • Published 2004
  • Economics
  • Journal of Developing Societies
The present crisis in Argentina, the worst crisis in Argentine history that reached rock-bottom levels in 2001-2, can be considered a crisis of neoliberalism, particularly of the severe structural adjustments applied in the 1990s and the beginning of the new millennium under the Menem and De la Rúa administrations. It was in this period that wholesale privatizations, deregulations of all kinds including those tending to the fully-fledged ‘flexibilization’ of labor markets, and an indiscriminate… Expand
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