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Neutralizing the Dutch disease

2018. A retention or tax on the export of commodities will neutralize the Dutch disease and assure to the manufacturing industry equal conditions in the competion with other countries. The tax will not represent a buden to the exporters, because they receive back their money on the form of depreciation of the real. (Paper to be published)

How to neutralize the Dutch disease notwithstanding the natural resource curse

2017. The Dutch disease is an economic problem that a simple economic policy may resolve, while the natural resource curse is a political-cultural problem very difficult to resolve. Paper presented in St. Petersburg.

How to neutralize the Dutch disease notwithstanding the natural resources curse

2017. Presentation to Likhachov Scientific Conference in St.Petersburg, Russia.

Retenção cambial alíquota zero

2016. The crisis made the exchange rate right. Now is the momement to adopt an “exchange rate retention, which neutralizes the Dutch disease, so blocking the tendency to the overvaluation of the exchange rate existing in developing countries. (Op ed: Valor)

A quase-estagnação brasileira e sua explicação novo-desenvolvimentista

2015. The Brazilian economy is quasi-stagnant since 1990 trade-liberalization, when trade liberalization dismantled the mechanism that neutralized the Dutch disease and the ensuing competitive disadvantage started up deindustrialization. Updated English version available. (Paper in book edited by Nelson Barbosa et al.)

The value of the exchange rate and the Dutch disease

2013. A revised version of my 2008 paper on the Dutch disease in which I distinguish the value from the market price of the exchange rate. (Paper: Brazilian Journal of Political Economy)

Taxa de câmbio e doença holandesa (Valor)

2013. A sobreapreciação cambial desestimula os investimentos e desindustrializa gradualmente o país.

Corremos o risco de crise nas contas externas (Estado, 24.12.10)

2010. O Brasil sofre de doença holandesa, que provoca a desindustrialização da economia. Nosso desafio é neutralizar a sobreapreciação do câmbio (Entrevista a Raquel Landim).

Guerra cambial e doença holandesa (Valor, 14.10.10)

2010. Os economistas deverão abandonar o pressuposto de que o mercado controla bem as taxas de câmbio. (Articles: Valor)

Globalización y Competencia

2010. Why some middle income countries catch up while others do not. Behind new developmentalism this book drafts a structuralist development macroeconomics in which the exchange rate plays a strategic role. (Book: Siglo XXI).

Doença holandesa e indústria (coletânea)

2010. Livro que contém os trabalhos apresentados no 4o. Fórum de Economia da Fundação Getulio Vargas.

Taxa de câmbio, doença holandesa, e industrialização

2010. The Brazilian economy is undergoing deindustrialization due to a chronic overvaluation of the real. The structural development macroeconomics that I have been developing since the early 2000s explains why. (Cadernos FGV Projetos)

Doença holandesa e desindustrialização (Valor, 25.11.09)

2009. Uma doença holandesa moderada e a consequente desindustrialização são evidente. Nega-se o fato porque no momento em que isto for reconhecido não restará alternativa senão mudar a política cambial. Valor Econômico, 25.11.2009

Doença holandesa e sua neutralização: uma abordagem ricardiana

2008. A country suffering from the Dutch disease has two “equilibrium” exchange rates: the “current equilibrium” that is inconsistent with economic growth, and the”industrial equilibrium” that will be achieved if the country is able to neutralize the disease. (Paper in edited book) English version published in Brazilian Journal of Political Economy)

The Dutch disease and its neutralization: a Ricardian approach

2008. A country suffering from the Dutch disease has two “equilibrium” exchange rates: the “current equilibrium” that is inconsistent with economic growth, and the”industrial equilibrium” that will be achieved if the country is able to neutralize the disease. (Paper: Brazilian Journal of Political Economy)