Argentina in the Twentieth Century

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JORGE FODOR was born in Buenos Aires in 1944. He studied Economics in the universities of Buenos Aires and Cambridge, and in 1969 began as a Research Student at Cambridge. In 1970 he was awarded a visiting research post for studies in Turin by the Fondazione Luigi Einaudi. His research studies at present are principally concerned with the economic policies of the Peronist governments.
A. G. FORD was born in Leicester in 1926. His undergraduate and postgraduate studies were spent at Oxford. Between 1953 and 1965 he was Lecturer and Senior Lecturer in Economics at Leicester University and in 1965 he became Reader in Economics at the University of Warwick. Since 1970 he has been Professor of Economics at Warwick. For some years he has worked on aspects of Anglo-Argentine economic relations in the years before 1914.
ROGER GRAVIL was born in Yorkshire in 1940. He studied Economics and Economic History at Nottingham and London universities and from 1966 to 1970 he was Research Fellow at the London Institute of Latin American Studies. At present he is Lecturer in Latin American Economics at Portsmouth Polytechnic and is preparing a study on Anglo-Argentine commercial relations between 1900 and 1939.
COLIN LEWIS was born in Wales in 1944. He read Economic History at Exeter University and since 1970 he has been Lecturer in Economic History, a post held jointly at the Institute of Latin American Studies in the University of London and the London School of Economics and Political Science. He is at present preparing an extensive study of British-owned Argentine railways.
WALTER LITTLE was born in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in 1945. He

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