Os caminhos da institucionalização da economia popular nos contextos neoliberais: contribuições na chave dos processos hegemônicos
The intention of this article is to analyze recent events regarding Popular Economy in Argentina, under the terms of an institutionalization process, integrated in a particular hegemonic process (Roseberry, 2002). At first, we describe and analyze the events that account for said instituting process, mainly in reference to the approval and regulation of Social Emergency Law and the debates around it, in order to consider the ways in which certain renovated debate concerning the idea of “autonomy” of popular demands in its relations with the State. Secondly, in contrast, we shall revise the events previous to this law regulation, to promote framework agreements that may position in the center of the analysis the meanings of the dispute implied between State policy and organized subjects.
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