2005. Public-private partnerships are becoming increasingly common. (Report as the general reporteur of the IIAS Berlin Conference)
2005. Note to the Fourth Annual Meeting of the Committee of Experts on Public Administration, of the Economic and Social Council (Ecosoc), of the United Nations. New York, April 6, 2005.
2003. The political process behind the constitutional amendment of the 1995 Brazilian Public Management Reform. Portuguese version available. (Paper: In book edite by Ben Ross Schneider)*.
2002. Note explaining why I proposed this change in 1997 and again 1998. See also the 1998 letter to FHC proposing the extinction. (Published just in this site)
2002. After the civil, the political and the social rights, republican rights are emerging or being enforced. The republican rights are the rights that every citizens has that the public patrimony is not captured by private interests. Portuguese version and Spanish version available. (Paper Citizenship Studies) *
2001. The new State will be social, liberal, and democratic the new management more accountable, more political, and republican. Portuguese and French versions available.(Lecture: The 2001 John L. Manion Lecture. Ottawa).
1997. The new state that is emeging out crisis of the welfare and developmental state will have to be able to protect citizens rights. Managerial public administration plays a major role in this direction. Portuguese version available.(Paper Journal of Post Keynesian Economics)*
1999. Edited book with Peter Spink. Includes the first essays by Bresser-Pereira on the 1995 Public Management Reform. Portuguese version available. (Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1999)
1996. The transition from bureaucratic to public administration in Brazil. It is the first paper where the author presents the state reform model. This model first appeared in his Plano Diretor da Reforma do Aparelho do Estado, September 1995. Portuguese and Spanish versions available.(Paper in Bresser-Pereira and Spink edited book)*
1992. The state is being criticized, on the right, by neoliberals, and on the left, by “logic of capital” Marxists. There is a cyclical aspect in it.(Paper: Lua Nova)
1992. Texto para Discussão