Serial payers, serial losers? The political economy of Argentina’s public debt

@article{Cantamutto2016SerialPS,
  title={Serial payers, serial losers? The political economy of Argentina’s public debt},
  author={F. Cantamutto and Daniel Ozarow},
  journal={Economy and Society},
  year={2016},
  volume={45},
  pages={123 - 147}
}
  • F. Cantamutto, Daniel Ozarow
  • Published 2016
  • Economics
  • Economy and Society
  • Abstract A global neoliberal architecture has enabled many countries to increase their public debts to meet their fiscal needs. But since 2008 a number of European and North American economies have faced financial crises induced by unsustainable debts. This paper analyses the case of post-default Argentina since 2001, so as to better comprehend the political economy of public debt, especially in cases where governments are elected on anti-austerity platforms. Presidents Néstor and Cristina… CONTINUE READING
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