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Economics and politics of the twentieth century


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Economics and politics of the twentieth century

  1. 1. Economics and politics of the twentieth century World economy Ecuador's political
  2. 2. Twentieth-century economy The economy had existed only explicitly. The basic concepts were, production, distribution and market, which are the headquarters of commodity exchange and combined in everyday life. When societies were only actoconsumo was not required to think economically. This change apartir that in societies began to be over, allowing the exchange market. David Ricardo called "economic calculation" and the center of gravity was the maximum benefits in exchange operations. But it was necessary to reach the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and the technological revolution that occurred in a large scale. The large units of production and distribution from factory to the state, had adandonar improvisation, introducing economic calculation, making now in "economic policy" and its center is planning. Economic science today ranks high as any of the major physical sciences, and the "economic fact" is central to the life of societies both inteerno modernar as externally.
  3. 3. Twentieth-century politics Jaime Roldós Aguilera Was an Ecuadorian lawyer and politician, Thirty constitutional president of the Republic of Ecuador from August 10, 1979 until May 24, 1981. He led the process of return to a democratic system after almost a decade of civilian and military dictatorships. Jaime Roldós ruled the country for a year, nine months and fourteen days. The young president enjoyed great sympathy for his high human qualities, moral, civic and academic high. He was elected by an alliance between the populist Concentration of Popular Forces and the Popular Christian Democratic Party Democracy. Won the runoff election to Sixto Duran Ballen Social Christian, a conservative. He died on May 24, 1981 in his tenure, the crash of the airplane crash. He completed his term in some major infrastructure works, and faced armed conflict with Peru in 1981, known as the War of Paquisha. On the 30th anniversary of his death, his sons insisted on the argument that his death was the result of an attack on the plane he was traveling.