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Semestre Económico

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BAZZA, Alcides  and  FERNANDEZ, Víctor Ramiro. THE STATE’S FISCAL INTERVENTION IN THE STRENGTHENING OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION IN THE REGIONS: THE RECENT CASE OF ARGENTINA (2003 - 2015). Semest. Econ. [online]. 2018, vol.21, n.47, pp.61-94. ISSN 0120-6346.  http://dx.doi.org/10.22395/seec.v21n47a3.

In this paper, the fiscal impact of the State (national and provincial) in the strengthening of industrial production in the regions is analyzed, taking the Argentine case during the period 2003-2015. For this purpose, the evolution of public investment, financial assistances and tax expenditures, and their impact on the industrial productive capacity of each region were considered under a quantitative analysis methodology. Through this analysis, certain limitations were recognized in the fiscal intervention to promote structural policies that give sustainability to the economic growth that was achieved between 2003 and 2010.Consequently, and despite the important advances during the initial period, the economic slowdown of 2011 directly affected the processes of expansion of the regional industrial productive capacity and the reduction of interregional development gaps.

JEL CLASSIFICATION: E62; E63; H2; H54; H76; O18; O23

Keywords : Fiscal intervention; National State; provinces; Industrial productive capacities; Regions; Argentina.

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