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ISSN: 1870-1442

:: Number 38 (January  - April 2021)

Editorial

Social, political, cultural, and economic transformations develop in the different historical times as defined by the various academic disciplines, theoretical and ideological orientations and interests of social groups. In this classification and perspective, social time can accelerate or can freeze; it can jump in disruptive movements that also have as their objective the possibility of influencing the orientation of power exercised by the elites and in which subordinate groups try to influence or modify the correlation of forces between possessors and dispossessed. F. Braudel has established a reference of historical time under the concept of the long duration in order to analyze aspects of social transformations over time; or, N. Elías has problematized the notion of time and how in it the projects of the dominant and subordinate classes are interconnected, as well as their struggles. In the field of reflection, the economic actions within any of the perspectives of social time that is chosen are definitive. In the last 50 years, the time of the social, political, cultural horizon, etc., has been crossed by the economic modifications deployed, and without a doubt that the reference to the long cycles of N. Kondrátiev here is obligatory; similarly, social, political, cultural, etc. transformations have influenced the economic sphere.

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Political Economy of the Pandemic: The Crossroads
Eugenia Correa
Wesley C. Marshall

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What have we learned or rather what we should have learned from the covid-19 pandemy ?
Alain Parguez

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Mexico: Fiscal Policy and Global Pandemic
Carlos Saavedra

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Unconventional monetary policies in the United States. The liquidity trap in contemporary economics
César Duarte

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Reinterpreting Modern Monetary Theory: Generating Liquidity and Issuing Fiat Currency
Tsuyoshi Yasuhara  


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China's relevance in world finance
Nerea San-Martín-Albizuri
Arturo Rodríguez-Castellanos


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Global mining companies and international economic governance
Elizabeth Concha

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Opacity and null accountability, an inherent problem in financial deregulation
Diana Vicher

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REALIDAD ECONÓMICA: Half a century spreading Argentine social science
Marisa Duarte

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