Studies on the Economic Performance of Argentinean North Central Railway, a State-Funded Line, from 1889 to 1920

At the turn of the twentieth century, Argentina’s state-funded railways became one of the country’s most important companies, partly due to its political significance as well as their economic relevance. Because of its size and complexity, the construction of a railway necessitates a considerable sum of money. Our study is focused on the North Central Railway’s actions. To accomplish so, we’ll employ a collection of data that indicate the company’s economic performance, such as annual train kilometre totals. We’ll use the terms “transported people,” “transported cargo” (measured in tonnes), and “return” to refer to the amount of money invested. We’ll use time series analysis techniques. These methodologies will help us to determine whether or not the Argentine government’s transportation policy was executed with a genuine sense of economic benefit.

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Professor María de las Mercedes Abril
Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Argentina.

Professor María Beatriz Blanco
Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Argentina.

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