Abstract

Ten papers, presented at a conference at the Hotel Llao Llao in Bariloche in November 2000, provide access to the current state of research on the economic development of Argentina in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Papers discuss the early Argentine economy from 1810 to 1870; monetary and fiscal policies; economic cycles; the labor market; capital accumulation; international trade and commercial policy; agriculture; industry; banking and finance, 1900-1935; and business, government, and law. Della Paolera is at the American University of Paris. Taylor is at the University of California, Davis. Index.