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  • Argentina Sacrifices Economy to Ward Off Virus, Winning Praise

    Argentina Sacrifices Economy to Ward Off Virus, Winning Praise

    Bloomberg - When Alberto Fernandez visited Mexico on his first foreign trip since winning Argentina’s presidency, he said that both countries would face the “challenge of globaliza ...

  • In Argentina, coronavirus brings more economic pain

    In Argentina, coronavirus brings more economic pain

    Aljazeera - On a sunny Thursday afternoon last month, Gloria Mongelos sat on a plastic chair beside a small, run-down house she had turned into a soup kitchen in Monte Grande, a lo ...

  • We Are All Entrepreneurs III 

    We Are All Entrepreneurs III 

    Time and Uncertainty  Continuing with the topic of human action and entrepreneurship analyzed in detail in my two previous articles (We are all entrepreneurs I and II ) we shall di ...

  • Scientists, CEOs or politicians?

    Scientists, CEOs or politicians?

    INFOBAE - The presidential speeches for the opening of the ordinary sessions of Congress are usually considered by the strategies that are presented, the measures that are announce ...

Argentina Sacrifices Economy to Ward Off Virus, Winning Praise

Argentina Sacrifices Economy to Ward Off Virus, Winning Praise

Bloomberg - When Alberto Fernandez visited Mexico on his first foreign trip since winning Argentina’s presidency, he said that both countries would face the “challenge of globaliz ...

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In Argentina, coronavirus brings more economic pain

In Argentina, coronavirus brings more economic pain

Aljazeera - On a sunny Thursday afternoon last month, Gloria Mongelos sat on a plastic chair beside a small, run-down house she had turned into a soup kitchen in Monte Grande, a l ...

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We Are All Entrepreneurs III 

We Are All Entrepreneurs III 

Time and Uncertainty  Continuing with the topic of human action and entrepreneurship analyzed in detail in my two previous articles (We are all entrepreneurs I and II ) we shall d ...

Read More »
Scientists, CEOs or politicians?

Scientists, CEOs or politicians?

INFOBAE - The presidential speeches for the opening of the ordinary sessions of Congress are usually considered by the strategies that are presented, the measures that are announc ...

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Impact of Alberto Fernández’s speech: what economists and businessmen said

Impact of Alberto Fernández’s speech: what economists and businessmen said

INFOBAE - President Alberto Fernández opened this Sunday at the beginning of the 138th period of ordinary sessions of the Congress with a strong message in which there was a call ...

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School Choice and Two Spheres of Liberty

School Choice and Two Spheres of Liberty

Infobae - On January 31, the Cato Institute published an interesting note from Neal McCluskey, director of the Cato’s Center for Educational Freedom. His concepts exceed the Ameri ...

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Will Paraguay Follow Argentina’s Economic Decline?

Will Paraguay Follow Argentina’s Economic Decline?

Statements by a former minister sparked a debate which is worth addressing for several reasons Panampost - Although there was a moment in history when there was talk of the “Argen ...

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Germany: the country of the social plan

Germany: the country of the social plan

11 years ago I made the decision to radically change my life, and move to Germany, which I could specify in 2012. I have a degree in Economics, despite never having exercised, but ...

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What is Peronism?

What is Peronism?

Argentina’s president tries to explain to the German chancellor The Economist - On February 3rd Argentina’s new Peronist president, Alberto Fernández, joined Angela Merkel for din ...

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“It’s not me, it was the previous one”: the paradox of inherited crises

“It’s not me, it was the previous one”: the paradox of inherited crises

Visión Liberal - Although the current Argentine president promised not to use that argument again, his direct collaborators and the infallible militant communicators are successfu ...

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