Includes bibliographical references (p. 293-305) and index.
|Series||St. Antony"s/Macmillan series|
|LC Classifications||F2849.2.F7 S98 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 318 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||318|
|LC Control Number||93235881|
Frondizi and the politics of developmentalism in Argentina, London: Macmillan, (OCoLC) Named Person: Arturo Frondizi; Arturo Frondizi; Arturo Frondizi: Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / . Arturo Frondizi Ércoli (Octo – Ap ) He was an Argentine lawyer, journalist, teacher and politician, who was elected President of Argentina and ruled between May 1, and Ma , when he was overthrown by a military coup.. His government was characterized by an ideological shift, inspired by Rogelio Frigerio, towards a type of developmentalism less promoted Alma mater: University of Buenos Aires. Sorry, our data provider has not provided any external links therefor we are unable to provide a : Celia Szusterman. Frondizi and the Politics of Developmentalism in Argentina, – 28 Downloads; Part of the St Antony’s / Macmillan Series book series. Abstract. The secret agreement with Perón, as well as the manner in which the oil contracts with foreign companies would be negotiated, revealed the neglect of politics understood as an activity.
The Army and Politics in Argentina, From Frondizi's Fall to the Peronist Restoration (Army & Politics in Argentina / Robert A. Potash) Robert A. Potash out of 5 stars 1Reviews: 1. Frondizi and the politics of developmentalism in Argentina, Celia Szusterman Read. Read. Read. Politics and government, Presidents, Biography , 2 books Nicolás Babini, 2 books Arturo Frondizi, 2 books Francisco Hipólito Uzal, 2 books Fernando Miranda, 2 books Juan Ovidio Zavala, 2 books Esteban Rey. Kathryn Sikkink’s stimulating comparison of developmental policy in Kubitschek’s Brazil () and Frondizi’s Argentina () is a case in point. Although the goals and many of the programs in Brazil and Argentina were similar, Professor Sikkink finds that Kubitschek was far more successful in pushing through his program. Frondizi and the Politics of Developmentalism in Argentina, –62 pp | Cite as The Elections for the Constituent Assembly: The Perón-Frondizi Pact .
In Ideas and Institutions, Kathryn Sikkink illuminates a key question in contemporary political economy: What power do ideas wield in the world of politics and policy? Sikkink traces the effects of one enormously influential set of ideas, developmentalism, on the two largest economies in Latin America, Brazil and Argentina. Drawing upon extensive archival research and interviews, Sikkink explores the adoption, implementation, and consolidation of the developmentalist model of economic policy in Brazil and Argentina in. The chapters on developmentalism in Argentina (pp. ) and Brazil (pp. ) are necessary but lack the panache of parts of the book. These chapters show that the support for developmentalism in Argentina quickly. Abstract. The Revolución Libertadora is still clouded by passions, resentments and partisanship, notwithstanding the embrace of President Menem and an ailing Admiral Rojas in symbolising the end of thirty-six years of mutual hatred and misunderstanding. Were the military in Argentina in acting as the Praetorian guard of the oligarchy, wishing to turn the clock back to , or