This book examines the fiscal chaos and the external debt question in Argentine economy. It identifies the main sources of the public and monetary imbalances and outlines some basic measures for resolving the problems. The book proposes a financial reform to reduce the fiscal deficit.
Table of Contents
Part I: Financial Reform 1. A bankrupt economy, a shackled country: the epilogue of monetarism 2. A strategy for the payment of foreign-debt interest 3. A stabilising programme to deal with the foreign debt 4. The inflationary way of dealing with the foreign debt 5. The spreading of inflation 6. Financial reform 7. Negotiating the foreign debt Part II: The Social and Economic Pact 8. The choices facing Argentine society 9. The situation in 1984 10. An economic strategy for the constitutional government 11. The commitments of the social and economic pact 12. The macroeconomic factors