Case | HBS Case Collection | December 2001 (Revised March 2004)

Argentine Paradox: The, Economic Growth and the Populist Tradition

by Rafael M. Di Tella and Ingrid Vogel

Abstract

Describes the political and economic development in Argentina from 1900 to 1989, with a focus on the role of Peron and populism. A rewritten version of an earlier case.

Keywords: History; Development Economics; Economic Growth; Government Administration; Argentina;

Citation:

Di Tella, Rafael M., and Ingrid Vogel. "Argentine Paradox: The, Economic Growth and the Populist Tradition." Harvard Business School Case 702-001, December 2001. (Revised March 2004.)