Monday , 20 August 2018

The 1930 Wall Street Crash, Roosevelt, Keynes and the importance of institutions

The 1930 Wall Street Crash, Roosevelt, Keynes and the importance of institutions

Let's not copy the nefarious New Deal that delayed the exit of the depression Decades ago the study of economics has stopped focusing only on fiscal balance, monetary policy, prot ...

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Poorism: the exaltation of poverty

Poorism: the exaltation of poverty

The poorism could be defined as the exaltation of the poor, putting the emphasis on their defense against the rest of society. It is a class approach, although different from that ...

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What is an abusive price increase?

What is an abusive price increase?

Once again, the discourse of confrontation on the subject of prices is used. Indeed, the new Minister of Production, Dante Sica, has just warned that companies that behave abusive ...

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To change Argentina, first we have to love it

To change Argentina, first we have to love it

We, liberals, want to change Argentina. And I am sure that we also love our country. Tension is unavoidable. We love something we want to change. We understand that, as we are, we ...

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The nonsense of Commercial Wars

The nonsense of Commercial Wars

Donald Trump revives theories that always ended in greater poverty. During my school years, they never taught me what an oxymoron was, neither at my university years. The first ti ...

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Social plans and the mandatory requirement of education

Social plans and the mandatory requirement of education

CRONISTA  - In August of 2013 I published in this same space a note entitled “The greatness of a society is determined by the way in which the needy are treated”. It was based on ...

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Reflections after the papal visit to Chile and Peru

Reflections after the papal visit to Chile and Peru

Given, that knowledge has the characteristic of provisionality subject to refutations in an evolutionary context, debate, criticism and self - criticism are essential for progress ...

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The failure of public education in Argentina: no responsibility, no quality

The failure of public education in Argentina: no responsibility, no quality

PANAMPOST - I start this column with a very unfriendly phrase or, as they say now, politically incorrect: "Tell me how many public schools a country has and I will tell you how mu ...

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Eradicate poverty, do not demolish wealth

Eradicate poverty, do not demolish wealth

By the time you finish reading this article, if you reach the end, about six hundred people from all over the world would have come out of poverty. In 1990 35% of the world popula ...

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In Education, Quality and Inclusion Are Not Enough

In Education, Quality and Inclusion Are Not Enough

Edgardo Zablotsky, member of the National Academy of Education and Vice-Chancellor of the University of CEMA explains education reform in Argentina.   It has been several day ...

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