Gran propiedad, empresarios e instituciones econ�micas en la regi�n pampeana (1850-1930)

Reguera, Andrea
January 2006
Signos Hist�ricos;ene-jun2006, Issue 15, p44
Academic Journal
In this paper I propose to analyse the particular features of a society dominated by the landowner power of agrarian, regional, proprietary and mercantile base, in Argentina which was characterized, during the nineteenth century, by the process of territorial and productive expansion of the border, the transfer of public land to private hands, the incorporation of this lands into the productive process and the formation of estancias. The landowners (merchants, politics, hacendados and militaries) became the new hegemonic group, which has his center of expansion entrepreneur in the estate-large property.


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