1998. New dependency theory is different from the theory of imperialism, as well as from the national-bourgeois interpretation. It is “new” because rich countries are not anymore against industrialization, but favor authoritarianism and income concentration (Intervention in conference).
2011. Long interview on Bresser-Pereiras history and work, where he reafirms his economic nationalism and his social-democratic or center-to-the-left political allegiancies. (Interview of Maria Ines Nassif in Valor, 8/4/2011).
2018. An encompassing paper on economic nationalism, its relation to developmentalism, and why it is a condition of growth in a world where nation-states rather compete than cooperate. (published paper)
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2017. An encompassing analysis of Brazil’s society, economy and politics since the Independence. A national-dependent interpretation. Three historical cycles of the relation state-society: State and Territorial Integration Cycle (1822-1929), Nation and Development Cycle (1930-1977) and Democracy and Social Justice Cycle (1977-2010). Crisis since then. (Book: Lynne Rienner Publishers)
2017. This paper defines the state as the law system and the organization that guarantees and the nation-state as the political society formed by a nation, a state and a territory. Second, it discusses the forms of informal political intermediation between the state and society. (Revista Lua Nova)
2016. National solidarity, first, and social-democracy, later on, have mitigated Capitalist exploitation. The demise of these two institutions led global capitalism to the present political crisis. (essay)
2016. The Brexit, Donald Trump's election and the rise of the extreme right express the political crisis of globalization. National solidarity, first, and social-democracy, later on, have mitigated Capitalist exploitation. The demise of these two institutions led global capitalism to the present political crisis. (ensaio)
2016. Long interview of Bresser-Pereira to Alvaro Comin e Paulo Todescan Mattos for Plural, publication from USP's graduate program in sociology.
The two logics of the West: “national security” and occupation of the domestic markets of developing countries. A survey of L.A. Moniz Bandeira's book. A segunda guerra fria. (Estudos Avançados)
2014. Prefácio de A Desilusão Americana>, de Luiz Eça.
2014. The domestic and foreign (imperialism) obstacles that pre-industrial countries face to realize their national and industrial or capitalist revolution. (EESP/FGV discussion paper 367)
2013. To develop the latecomer countries had to be nationalist and developmental because they faced the imperialism of the first countries that industrialized and became powerful. (Introduction to O Que Esperar do Brasil?)
2013. A critique to foreign direct investments. Do developing countries really need them? (Presentation)