Andrés A. Gallo
Department of Economics
University of North Florida
Jacksonville FL 32224
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NBER Working Papers and Publications
|August 2009||Electoral Fraud, the Rise of Peron and Demise of Checks and Balances in Argentina|
with Lee J. Alston: w15209
The future looked bright for Argentina in the early twentieth century. It had already achieved high levels of income per capita and was moving away from authoritarian government towards a more open democracy. Unfortunately, Argentina never finished the transition. The turning point occurred in the 1930s when to stay in power, the Conservatives in the Pampas resorted to electoral fraud, which neither the legislative, executive, or judicial branches checked. The decade of unchecked electoral fraud led to the support for Juan Peron and subsequently to political and economic instability.
Published: Alston, Lee J. & Gallo, Andrés A., 2010.
"Electoral fraud, the rise of Peron and demise of checks and balances in Argentina,"
Explorations in Economic History,
Elsevier, vol. 47(2), pages 179-197, April.
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|November 2000||Evolution and Revolution in the Argentine Banking System under Convertibility: The Roles of Crises and Path Dependence|
with Lee J. Alston: w8008
We provide an analytical narrative of the political and economic causes and consequences of institutional changes in the Argentine banking system. We devote most of our attention to the privatization of the provincial banks. Our story differs from the prevailing wisdom in its stress on the key roles played by convertibility and an independent Central Bank rather than the Fondo Fiduciario.