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Table 6 Argentina’s long-run development without institutional breakdowns

From: The rise and fall of Argentina

 Real GDP per capita in 2012 (1990 Geary–Khamis international $)Ratio of real GDP per capita relative to the United States in 2012Long-run growth rate (mean and standard deviation)
RealCounterfactualRealCounterfactualRealCounterfactual
1912 Sáenz Peña Law10,99019,3720.340.621.34 (5.82)1.69 (4.81)
1930 military coup10,99018,5640.340.591.34 (5.82)1.69 (4.52)
1946 rise of Perón10,99016,6470.340.531.34 (5.82)1.69 (4.81)
1954 Revolución Libertadora10,99015,1370.340.491.34 (5.82)1.58 (3.68)
1958 fragile radical (UCR) administrations10,99017,8060.340.571.34 (5.82)1.63 (3.89)
1965 Revolución Argentina10,99018,5400.340.591.34 (5.82)1.65 (3.88)
1972s Perón era10,99015,1060.340.481.34 (5.82)1.51 (4.28)
1975 military dictatorship10,99015,5240.340.491.34 (5.82)1.51 (3.67)
1983 transition to democracy10,99017,8220.340.571.34 (5.82)1.64 (3.98)