Argentina Since the 2001 Crisis

  • January 2014, Nature Publishing Group
  • DOI: 10.1057/9781137434265

What is it about?

Bringing together contributions from a multi-disciplinary and international group of scholars, this volume explores the effects and legacies of Argentina's 2001-2002 social, economic, and political implosion. Interrogating the nature and effects of the crisis, the contributors reject the dichotomy of “old” and “new”; instead, they argue that responses to the crisis and the factors that precipitated it are a combination of pre-existing and emerging problems, many of them ones that were perceptible in the 1990s and earlier. This volume is essential reading for researchers, students, and policymakers interested in crisis, responses to it, and subsequent processes of recovery both in Argentina, Latin America and globally.

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