I have gathered here a variety of links covering Argentina, the city of Mendoza, and the winemaking industry. Please let me know (firstname.lastname@example.org) if
any of the links are obsolete or broken. Some of the links require connecting to the library resources with NetBadge, others are linked to Box. The digilibrary requires a password that will be given to you in class.
- Country fact book by the CIA
- A summary of the economic state of the country in 2019 by Forbes is a good starting point to learn about the current situation.
- "A century of decline. One hundred years ago Argentina was the future. What went wrong?" This article by The Economist is rather harsh on the country and
hypothesizes three fundamental causes to its historical decline. In digilibrary.
- Here you will find a comprehensive report on the Republic of Argentina - Argentina in
- Wikipedia has a summary of the economic history of Argentina
- GlobalEdge: cool interactive website from the International Business Center at
Michigan State University
- How Argentina and Japan continue to confound macro-economists. A summary of the often cited debate. In the digilibrary.
- The sovereign debt default. This New Yorker Article
describes Argentina’s repeated failures to pay on its debt obligations
- Three things to know about the Supreme Court’s ruling on Argentine debt – and why it matters to Argentina and the world.
- Shale oil and gas at Vaca Muerta. Reuters
article on this significant natural resource discovered in Patagonia.
- Argentina page by the US Department of State
- Euromonitor Passport, (requires VPN) is an awesome resource
which includes market data on many countries and industry sectors, including Argentina and Winemaking. Explore the reports and the dashboards.
Mendoza: the capital of the Mendoza Province.
- Lionel Messi is an incredibly popular soccer player. He is considered the
best active soccer player in the world
- Diego Armando Maradona is a retired player whose popularity
obscures even Messi’s