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During the last ten years, Argentina experienced a period marked by a new political model emerged from the crisis of 2001 and the end of the neoliberal hegemony, under successive governments of Nestor and Cristina Kirchner. This government, which is based, rather than on a program, on a policy drawn from some guidelines that formed what Kirchner himself calls «national and popular model», has developed a number of initiatives that in Argentina are called somewhat vaguely «social economy». These policies are analyzed in this article.