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Mundo agrario

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PIERRI, José A.. The income concept in classical applied to the study of agrarian conflict in 2008. Mundo agr. [online]. 2011, vol.11, n.22, pp. 00-00. ISSN 1515-5994.

The Agrarian Conflict of 2008 divided the society of Argentina in sectors that supported and opposed the adoption of Resolution No. 125 of the Secretary of Agriculture. Fisheries and Food referred to establish mobileexport duties on exports of grains and soy .The confrontation addressed, indirectly, a classic theoretical debate in the economic history of Argentina, the origin and definition of the concept of land and income distribution, issues including the main theme Income Differential. The problem addressed by several authors, can be cited recent work by Ernesto Laclau, Guillermo Flichman, Eduardo Azcuy Ameghino and Juan Iñigo Carreras, refers to the theoretical approaches proposed by Adam Smith, David Ricardo and Karl Marx on these issues applied European countries in the nineteenth century. The purpose of this study is to analyze those classic concepts on income statements and contrast these theoretical approaches with statistical data about the evolution of production and income from the production of soybeans and soybean products in the decades immediately preceding and during the 2008, when agriculture was referred to the long conflict. In light of the above to analyze the validity and limitations of the traditional theoretical approaches to analyze the present agrarian situation.

Keywords : Rent; Income differential; Farming conflict 2008; Soybean; Ricardo, Marx.

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