Abstract or Introduction
The turbulent historical progression of the Argentine economic sector was victimized by the total economic condition of Latin America impacted by the culmination of WW1 and WW2. The predominant forces and events that have shaped the economic condition of Argentina from the post-WWII era, include Juan Peron’s regime of the 1950’s, the 1989 era of democratic return to Argentina, and Carlos Menem’s regime of the 1990’s.The current Argentine inflation induced, and poverty entrenched economy is due to the post WW2 fiscal activities implemented by Juan Peron, Raul Alfonsin, and Carlos Menem. Peron altered the economic structure of Argentina through interventionist policies and populism, while Alfonsin attempted to implement democratic ideals, and Menem executed moderate Peronist ventures paving the way for corruption because of structural weaknesses.
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- Emily Ekshian (Author), 2019, A Historical Review of the Economic Development of Argentina and Modern Socioeconomic Innovation Strategies, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/907160