Argentina’s Model of Accumulation: Twenty Years of Ruptures and Continuities
Responding to current debates about the nature of Argentina’s economic model, this article analyzes the ruptures and continuities in the country’s model of accumulation and power bloc since the 1990s. The author argues that changes facilitated by the devaluation of Argentina’s currency in 2002 benefited the export sector to the detriment of previously dominant sectors, altered the correlation of class forces, and affected employment and wages.
accumulation model, power bloc, Kirchnerism
Citation: Social Justice Vol. 40, No. 4 (2013): 38-51