ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Argentina: 18 Months of Popular Struggle

To understand the complex and changing reality of Argentina today - a five-year economic depression, financial collapse, popular uprising and mass movements of 2001-2002 as well as the recent return of traditional political parties to political power - it is important to identify the principal political-economic events which shape the present and future perspectives for the popular social and political movements.

Addressing Corporate Crime

If the markets continue to slide, a number of the regulatory proposals being currently discussed will be put in place. But will they do the job adequately? For, there is a remarkable lack of understanding about what causes corporate executives to commit the type of disclosure fraud that appears to have taken place in corporates in the past.

Unemployed Workers' Movement in Argentina

The development of the mass urban unemployed workers' movement in Argentina challenges the assumption of the atomised impotent urban poor, a case worth exploring for its innovative features and its explosive possibilities for the rest of Latin America.
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