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A revolução capitalista
The Capitalist Revolution was the period of the transition from the ancient societies to capitalism; it was a long transition that began in North Italy, in the 14th century, and for the first time got completed in England, ...
Euro, jogo de soma menor que zero
(Folha de São Paulo, 2016-06-04)
Complexidade das exportações e produtividade: uma análise do caso brasileiro
In the context of economic development, this study has as its main objective to explorer the relationship between international trade and productivity. After making a wide review on theories of international trade and ...
A reconstrução da indústria brasileira: a conexão entre o regime macroeconômico e a política industrial
Este artigo, de cunho eminentemente analítico, mostra que no âmbito da política macroeconômica, é necessária consistência entre as políticas monetária, fiscal, cambial e salarial para viabilizar taxas de juros reais médias ...
Modelos de estado desenvolvimentista
O estado desenvolvimentista está situado entre o estado liberal e o estatismo. Todas as revoluções industriais foram realizadas no quadro de estados desenvolvimentistas, que assumiram várias formas ou modelos, conforme o ...
Why the ‘Rest’ doesn’t need foreign finance
The Rest will be able to catch up and grow faster than the West only if it goes against a 'received truth', namely that capital-rich countries should transfer their capital to capital-poor countries. This intuitive truth ...
Democracy and growth in pre-industrial countries
This paper distinguishes three types of countries (rich, middle-income, and pre-industrial) and focus on the latter, which, in contrast to the other two, didn’t complete their industrial and capitalist revolutions. Can ...
Estado, estado-nação e formas de intermediação social
This paper, first, situates the nation-state historically, as a product of the capitalist revolution. Second, it distinguishes the state (the law system and the organization that guarantees it) from the nation-state or ...
Brazil’s 35 years-old quasi-stagnation: facts and theory
Brazil is growing around 1% per capita a year from 1981; this means for a country that is supposed to catch up, quasi-stagnation. Four historical new facts explain why growth was so low after the Real Plan: the reduction ...
Reflecting on new developmentalism and classical developmentalism
This paper, first, distinguishes new developmentalism, a new theoretical system that is being created, from really existing developmentalism – a form of organizing capitalism. Second, it distinguishes new developmentalism ...