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Argentina is generally considered as the typical middle-class country in Latin America. Yet, while the successive crises that have hit the Argentinean economy over the four last decades have obviously affected both the size and stability of its middle class, academic studies are lacking on the consequences of these crises on socio-economic stratification and on middleclass preferences and expectations.

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author(s) :
Matthieu Clément
Sébastien Carrère
François Combarnous
Gabriel Kessler
Eric Rougier
Ariel Wilkis
collection :
Policy Dialogues
pages :
2
number :
64
available also in : en
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