APPENDIX
government spending in san juan (in millions of 1944 pesos)
Year Province Reconstruction
Council
∞Ω≤≠ ≤.∑
∞Ω≤∑ ∫.∫
∞Ω≤∫ ∞≥.∂
∞Ω≥∞ ∞≠.π
∞Ω≥∑ ∞≥.Ω
∞Ω≥Ω ∞≥.Ω
∞Ω∂≥ ∞≤.∂
∞Ω∂∂ ≤∂.∞ ≤≤.∂**
∞Ω∂∑ ∞∏.≠* ∞.∑*
∞Ω∂∏ ∞∏.Ω* ∫.∞
∞Ω∂π ≤≤.∂ ∞π.≤
∞Ω∂∫ ≤∑.≠ ≤∞.∫
∞Ω∂Ω ≤≠.Ω ≤≠.π
∞Ω∑≠ ≤≤.∂ ∞∞.∏
∞Ω∑∞ ≤Ω.∞ ∞π.∂
∞Ω∑≤ ≤≠.∞ ∞∞.∞
∞Ω∑≥ ∞∂.Ω ∂.∂
∞Ω∑∂ ∞∏.∂ ∂.Ω
∞Ω∑∑ ∞Ω.∞ ≥.∂
∞Ω∑∏ ≤≠.≥ ≤∞
∞Ω∑π ≤≠.∫ ∞∫
*estimated
**includes mop spending
notes and sources: All amounts in con-
stant 1944 pesos; converted according to gov-
ernment deflator in della Paolera and Taylor,
eds., A New Economic History of Argentina.
No consistent statistics on the size of the
provincial economy are available.
Early years included for comparison pur-
poses: fiscally typical Radical administration
in 1920; Cantoni administrations in 1925,
1928, and 1931; Conservative administrations
in 1935, 1939, and 1943.
Sources for provincial budgets: Anuario
geográfico argentino 1941; Banco de San Juan,
Serie estadística de San Juan 1954, 1958, 1962;
República Argentina, Mensaje del excelen-
tísimo señor presidente de la Nación General
Edelmiro Farrell y memoria del segundo año de
labor ; ‘‘Presupuesto general de la provincia,’’
ahasj, Leyes; La Reforma.
Sources for Reconstruction Council budgets:
Memoria del Ministerio de Obras Públicas año
1945; Informe y Cuenta de Inversión del Minis-
terio de Hacienda [1947–56]; Boletín del Con-
sejo de Reconstrucción 1948; Costantini,
‘‘Política relativa a la reconstrucción.’’ These
figures are approximate, as o≈cial data are
not complete, transparent, or consistent.
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