Convivir con el capital financiero, corralito y movimiento de ahorristas (Argentina 2001-2004)

by Schilman, Fernanda Laura

Abstract (Summary)
Abstract. The aim of this investigation is to describe the problems faced by costumers of saving banks ahorristas in the structural conflict declared in argentinean society towards the end of 2001. We would like to underline the contradictions of this new movement under the light of their own interpretations, in the context of what became the myth of convertibility, and a globalisation, and that is the result of several expansions and deepening of capitalist system in order to construct the present world system. We asked ourselves if a community of individuals, a communal agent joined by an ideology and the determination to challenge the existing neoliberal order and away from interest mediation institutionalised directions, really took place in Argentina by the end of 2001. This question makes sense, since in the institucional, political, social and economic crisis of the end of 2001, many communal groups, picket groups, savers, neighbours delegates- moved, demonstrated and protested. These groups have to be put in the context of what came to be to peso dollar peg myth and ant the myth of a new institutional model wich was adjusted to the financial accumulation regime requirements, arousing from liberalization in the areas of finance, trade exchanges and productive investments. In this respect, we consider that in the current market conditions with the absence of a center totalizer of senses for each social practice-, macroeconomic flows are in charge of the prevailing subjectivity production constituted by consumption habits and thinking operations. Which are useful to pass through the current neoliberal society.
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Bibliographical Information:

Advisor:Brunet Icart, Ignasi

School:Universitat Rovira i Virgili

School Location:Spain

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:departament de gestiĆ³ d empresa


Date of Publication:09/13/2004

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