Tax Policy in Argentina: Between Solvency and Emergency
Working Paper #232
At the turn of the century, Argentina experienced a serious economic crisis, brought about by the forced abandonment of the monetary convertibility regime and characterized by sharp changes in relative prices and income, as well as by widespread breaches of contracts. This economic crisis proved to be different from previous crises, however, as Argentina managed to recover quickly and significantly.
About the Authors
CEPAL - Argentina
Juan Carlos Gómez Sabaini
National University of Buenos Aires