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El crecimiento económico argentino en perspectiva histórica

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 April 2010

Marcela A. García Sebastiani
Affiliation:
I. U. Ortega y Gasset
Antonio Santamaría García
Affiliation:
Univ. Carlos III de Madrid e I. U. Ortega y Gasset

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El estudio del crecimiento económico argentino ha despertado siempre el interés de la investigación. Sin embargo, carecía de una perspectiva de historia cuantitativa comparada que permitiese conocer su magnitud relativa. Con ese objetivo se celebró en la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid entre los días 26 y 27 de mayo de 1994 el seminario «El crecimiento económico argentino en perspectiva histórica», organizado por Leandro Prados de la Escosura y Carlos Newland, de aquella primera universidad, y por Roberto Cortés Conde, de la Universidad de San Andrés de la provincia de Buenos Aires.

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