The Crisis of Argentine Capitalism

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TABLES
3.1Patterns of Industrial Growth, 1895-194636
3.2Employment and Productivity in Argentine Industrial
Firms
40
4.1Capital Accumulation in Argentina, 1900-194549
4.2Relative Importance of Corporations and Related
Organizational Forms (Limited Liability Companies
and Cooperatives) in Various Branches of Argentine
Industry, 1946
74
5.1Public and Private Investment, 1900-194980
9.1 Argentina's Trade Balance, 1945-1955189
9.2Shifts in Average Real Family Income in Selected
Occupational Categories, 1946-1953
209
11.1Domestic Violence in Argentina under Peronist,
Democratic, and Military Rule
258
11.2Government Employment, 1955-1971260
12.1 Argentina's Land Tenure System, 1960290
13.1Argentine Industrialization, 1943-1974299
13.2Traditional and Dynamic Industry in Argentina:
Contribution to the Total Value of Industrial
Production, 1913-1974
300
13.3Production and Consumption of Oil in Argentina,
1952-1962
303
13.4Investment and Profit of U.S. Companies, 1958-1972311
16.1Strikes Recorded in the Federal Capital, 1932-1971389
16.2Unions and Their Dues-Paying Members, 1957-1972392

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