Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira, Jan Kregel and Leonardo Burlamaqui, eds.
London: Routledge, 2014.


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Introduction, by Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira, Jan Kregel and Leonardo Burlamaqui

Part I – What we learned

1   – Competitive exchange rates and macroeconomic theory – Heiner Flassbeck

2   – Capital account regulations: role, effectiveness and the IMF's institutional view – José Antonio Ocampo and Bilge Erten

3   – How to manage a sustainable and stable competitive real exchange rate – Roberto Frenkel

4   – A theoretical framework for new developmentalism – Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira, José Luis Oreiro and Nelson Marconi

5   – What we learned from the financial crises of 2009 in emerging countries – Robert Boyer

6   – The new developmentalism – Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira

7   – Europe's financial crisis

Part II – Reregulating finance

8   – Lessons we learned from the global financial crisis: a Minskian interpretation of the causes, the Fed's bailout and the future – L. Randall Wray

9   – Regulating the financial system in a Minskian perspective – Jan Kregel

10 – Reregulating finance after the crisis – C.P. Chandrasekhar

11 – Exchange rate management techniques – Daniela Magalhães Prates

12 – Financial regulation and govrenance – Fernando de Holanda Barbosa

Part III – Brazil and the crisis

13 – Financial regulation and the Brazilian response to the 2009-09 financial crisis – Nelson Barbosa

14 – Lessons of the 2008 crisis – Fernando Cardim de Carvalho and Francisco Pires de Souza

15 – The Brazilian experience in managing the interest-exchange rate nesus – Ricardo Carneiro and Pedro Rossi

16 – Macroeconomic constraints on the growth of Brazil's economy – José Luis Oreiro

17 – Overcoming the 'impossible trinity' – André Nassif

Part IV – Regulating Brazilian finance

18 – How to evaluate financial regulation of Brazil – Daniela Magalhães Prates

19 – Economic development and the functionality of the financial system in Brazil: a Keynesian approach – Jennifer Hermann and Luiz Fernando de Paula

20 – The Brazilian experience of prudential regulation and its impact on the 2008 financial crisis – Rogério Sobreira

21 – Brazil's response to the financial crisis: How did financial regulation and monetary policy influence the Brazilian economic recovery?  – Fernando Ferrari Filho

22 – Financial liberalization, capital account regulation and economic policy in Brazil – Luiz Fernando de Paula

Appendix: ten theses on ne developmentalism