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    • After the demise of neoliberalism but not of conservatism, a third developmentalism? 

      Bresser-Pereira, Luiz Carlos
      2015-07-23
      Neoliberalism and developmentalism are the two alternative forms of economic and political organization of capitalism. Since the 2008 global financial crisis we see the demise of neoliberalism in rich countries, as state ...
    • Buen Vivir Andino: resistência e/ou alternativa ao modelo hegemônico de desenvolvimento 

      Silva, Klaus Pereira da; Guedes, Ana Lúcia
      2017-07
      Este ensaio teórico problematiza a ética do Buen Vivir como forma de resistência e/ou alternativa ao modelo hegemônico de desenvolvimento que tem sido disseminado e implementado por organizações internacionais e corporações. ...
    • A debt crisis rooted in colonialism: a historical analysis of how the U.S.- Puerto Rico relationship contributed to Puerto Rico’s debt crisis 

      Perryman, Maricela
      2019-12-10
      This research will explore how the colonial administration built by the United States in Puerto Rico contributed to the root causes of the debt which, I argue are a colonial- capitalist economy that developed under U.S. ...
    • Developmental class coalitions: historical experiences and prospects 

      Bresser-Pereira, Luiz Carlos; Ianoni, Marcus
      2015-03-25
      Este artigo discute o conceito de coalizões de classe como uma alternativa parcial à luta de classes na compreensão das sociedades capitalistas; define duas coalizões de classes básicas - a desenvolvimentista e a liberal; ...
    • Estado capaz (desenvolvimentista) e democracia em países pré-industriais 

      Bresser-Pereira, Luiz Carlos
      2014-06-24
      This paper distinguishes three types of countries (rich, middle-income, and pre-industrial) and discusses the problems of state capability and the quality of democracy in the later, which include the poor countries. A ...
    • Five models of capitalism 

      Bresser-Pereira, Luiz Carlos
      2012
      Besides analyzing capitalist societies historically and thinking of them in terms of phases or stages, we may compare different models or varieties of capitalism. In this paper I survey the literature on this subject, and ...
    • Formation of social capital in Eastern Europe: explaining the gap vis-à-vis developed countries 

      Gërxhani, Klarita; Fidrmuc, Jan
      2004-06-25
      Recent Eurobarometer survey data are used to document and explain the leveI of social capital in thirteen new members and fifteen current members of the European Union. Social capital in Eastern Europe - measured by ...
    • Governança transnacional: definições, abordagens e agenda de pesquisa 

      Gomes, Marcus Vinícius Peinado; Merchán, Catherine Rojas
      2017-02-01
      This study examined academic production on transnational governance. It adopted a multi-method approach that used bibliometric analysis to identify the twenty most influential papers. Those papers were then analyzed in ...
    • Inequality and the phases of capitalism 

      Bresser-Pereira, Luiz Carlos
      2014
      We live in a capitalist world characterized by economic inequality. Inequality is a real curse, but it does not have to always increase. In different phases of capitalism, it may be increasing, constant, or decreasing, ...
    • Rentier-financier capitalism 

      Bresser-Pereira, Luiz Carlos
      2018-05
      Since the beginning of the twentieth century there are three basic social classes: the capitalist class or bourgeoisie, the working class and the professional class or technobureaucracy. In the first part of the century, ...
    • A revolução capitalista 

      Bresser-Pereira, Luiz Carlos
      2016-06-22
      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, ...
    • Revolução capitalista e formação do estado-nação 

      Bresser-Pereira, Luiz Carlos
      2013-08-02
      The Capitalist Revolution was the period of the transition from the ancient societies to capitalism; it was a long transition that began in the north of Italy, in the 14th century, and for the first time got completed in ...
    • Secular stagnation in the framework of rentier-financier capitalism and globalization 

      Bresser-Pereira, Luiz Carlos
      2017-10
      Rentier-financier capitalism, neoliberalism and globalization have been in a crisis since 2008. It is characterized by low growth rates, quasi-stagnant wages and increase of inequality since rentiers replaced business ...
    • The two forms of capitalism: developmentalism and economic liberalism 

      Bresser-Pereira, Luiz Carlos
      2017
      This paper argues that the state and the market are the main institutions regulating capitalism, and, correspondingly, that the form of the economic and political coordination of capitalism will be either developmental or ...