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Proud and active foreign policy (Folha, 21.11.10)
2010. The most important decision was to reject FTAA - Free Trade Area of the Americas - without coming into conflict with the United States. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo
Two ultimately avoided evils (Folha, 7.11.10)
2010. Election rejected moralistic and potentially putschist "udenismo" and the evil of the Americanization of the political debate. (Article: Folha de S. Paulo )
"Quantitative easing" - a fascinating euphemism (Folha, 24.10.10)
2010. The d goal is to increase the liquidity of the economic system. The method consists in the Fed buying American Treasury bonds on the market. (Article: Folha de S. Paulo)
Exchange rate war and dutch disease (Valor, 14.10.10)
2010. The economists should abandon the assumption that the market has good control of the exchange rates. (Article: Valor)
Democracy and Democratization (Folha, 10.10.10)
2010. The democracy in Brazil it is not the democracy of our dreams, but it is a democracy that already forces the politicians to think about the demands of the poor. (Article: Folha de S. Paulo)
Human rights and electoral passions (Folha, 26.9.10)
2010. There is some continuity in this area, and some from 1988 the partisan manifestations do not contribute to Brazilian democracy. (Articles: Folha de S. Paulo)
Imperial or imperialist? (Folha, 15.8.10)
2010. A nation is imperial rather than imperialist when, despite its power, it understands that the nationalism of the weaker country is necessary. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo)
Nationalism, liberalism, and capitalism (Folha, 1.8.10)
2010. When Saudi Arabia and Egypt become subordinated to the rich countries, this means that their economic development is slow. (Article: Folha de S. Paulo)
The silly boy (Folha, 18.7.10)
2010. Only a fool hands over to foreign companies public utilities, such as landline and mobile telephone services (Article: Folha de S.Paulo, 18.7.2010.
The two prices of the euro (Folha, 4.7.2010)
2010. The idea that it is too soon to start the adjustment makes sense for the United States, Great Britain, and Germany not for the rest of Europe (Article: Folha).
Greek debt: default or restructuring (Valor, 18.6.10)
There is no reason for the world to plunge once again into crisis.
The irrationality of modern wars (Folha, 6.6.10)
2010. With the end of the Cold War, there was no longer a reason for an unconditional alliance with Israel. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo
Iran and the decadent empire (Folha, 23.5.10)
2010. (Article: Folha)
A fiscal responsibility act for Europe (Folha, 17.5.10)
2010. The crisis shows that it is necessary to face the problem of "countries that are too big to go bankrupt". (Article: Folha de S. Paulo)
The true nature of the crisis in Europe (Folha, 10.5.10)
2010. This article was published in the same day that Europe announced a 750 billions of euros package to guarantee indebted countries. (Article: Folha)
Probable defeat in Great Britain (Folha, 19.4.2010)
2010. His defeat against a clearly less prepared politician is not certain, but is unfortunately probable. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo
Asian countries and the dutch disease (Folha, 12.4.10)
2010. The Dutch disease does not derive from abundant and cheap natural resources, but from the combination of low wages and a high wage dispersion. (Article: Folha de S. Paulo)
A victory for the American people (Folha, 5.4.10)
2010. It's time to celebrate the victory of Obama and the American people with the approval of the reform of the healthcare system. (Article: Folha de S. Paulo)
The structural crisis of the euro and Germany (Folha, 29.3.10)
(2010) Although it might help, the creation of an European IMF will not solve the problem of the euro zone countries. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo)
Reclaiming politics (Folha, 22.3.10)
2010. No alternative but to think politics in republican terms of civic virtue and pursuit of the common good. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo
Climate change and interests (Folha, 15.3.10)
2010. It is not reasonable to find, among climate change critics, politicians and businessmen whose interests are being threatened by a policy of control of the greenhouse effect. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo)
Iran and nuclear proliferation (Folha, 8.3.10)
2010. The world has much more serious problems to deal with than the fact of Iran possibly joining the club of nuclear powers. (Article: Folha de S. Paulo)
Deficits, exchange rate, and growth (Estado, 07.3.10)
2010. Prof. Affonso A. Pastore and other competent orthodox economists still believe that foreign savings cause growth. Actually, they increase consumption and mostly replace domestic savings. (Article O Estado de S.Paulo)
Why do orthodox make so many mistakes? (Folha, 8.2.10)
2010. Because they adopt scientific methods as mathematics to justify the laissez faire, the origin of countless crises. (Article: Folha de S. Paulo, February 08, 2010)
Vulgar Keynesianism and the New developmentism (Valor, 5.2.10)
2010. Populist Keynesians are for chronic public deficits. Keynes only supported budget deficits in recession moments, and to finance investment, not current expenditures. (Article: Valor Econômico)
Crisis in Argentina (Folha, 11.1.10)
2010. The decision of President Cristina Kirschner is not a decision on monetary policy but a decision on fiscal policy (Article: Folha de S.Paulo
Lula's masses like order (Folha, 4.1.10)
2009. During the first four years of his administration, Lula enjoyed the support of these popular masses that, since Collors election, were systematically voting for the right-wing candidate (Folha de S.Paulo).
3% to 5% growth (Folha, 28.12.09)
2009. The artificial increase in wages and consumption will lead to the substitution of foreign for domestic savings. Folha de S. Paulo, December 28, 2009
Financiers "fury" (Folha, 21.12.09)
2009. What the British government does taxing all the bonuses earned by financiers is nothing more than its obligation. Folha de S.Paulo, December 21, 2009
Afghanistan and national security (Folha, 7.12.09)
2009. In order to fight Al-Qaeda terrorism, the best solution to the USA is to reach an agreement with the groups, as the Taliban. Folha de S. Paulo, December 7, 2009
Global warming and equity (Folha, 30.11.09)
2009. The governments use different criteria when they establish them, and there is no guarantee that they will meet them. Folha de S. Paulo, November 30, 2009
Dutch disease and de-industrialization (Valor, 25.11.09)
2009. Brazilian de-industrialization is evident. People resist to acknowledge that because in the moment they do that, a new exchange rate policy turns inevitable. Valor Econômico, November 25, 2009
The new logic of international alliances (Folha, 23.11.09)
2009. In todays alliances, the criterion for the division of interests is the price of labor and the investments of multinational companies. Folha de S. Paulo, November 23, 2009
The "matuto" and the magic moment (Folha, 16.11.09)
2009. Does Lula realize it as well? And - what is more important - are Brazilians also aware of the losses they are suffering when they welcome foreign interests so well. Folha de S. Paulo, November 16, 2009
The Berlin Wall and the global financial crisis (Folha, 9.11.09)
2009. We should therefore celebrate the fall of the Berlin Wall, but we should not be fooled by radicals, whether liberal or socialist ones. Folha de S. Paulo, November 9, 2009
Globalization and competition (Folha, 2.11.09)
2009. In this book with this title, I propose a new theory - structuralist development macroeconomics - and its corresponding strategy: the new developmentalism. Folha de S.Paulo, November 2, 2009
Indignation about the orange trees (Folha, 19.10.09)
2009. Why not to be indignant at the broader phenomenon of the capture or privatization of the public property that happens every day in our country? Folha de S. Paulo, October 19, 2009
No crisis in sight (Folha, 12.10.09)
2009. Our economy will growth, however we are not going back to sustained development. Folha de S. Paulo, October 12, 2009
Democracy or non-intervention? (Folha, 5.10.09)
2009. The policy of pressing other countries to be democratic is not always legitimate. It may configure imperialism. In the case of Honduras, however, it is justified. Folha de S. Paulo, October 5, 2009
Fierce individualism (Folha, 28.9.09)
2009. The resistance they face, however, reflects an elite that does not want to pay more taxes and tries to replace the brotherhood established by law with charity Folha de S. Paulo, September 28, 2009
A lesson on nationalism and politics (Folha, 21.9.09)
2009. Evidently we need criticisms, but not at the cost of demoralizing what we have already achieved. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo, September 21, 2009
Indebtedness and insanity (Folha, 14.9.09)
2009. The more a country accepted the neoliberal reforms and the macroeconomics of an overvalued exchange rate and of a high indebtedness of enterprises and households, the more serious was its crisis. (Article:Folha de S.Paulo)
Euclides da Cunha and national identity (Folha, 31.8.09)
2009. In this decade we are beginning to react, to think in terms of the great country we are. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo).
Let us leave Obama in peace (Folha, 24.8.09)
2009. This is the best way to promote the regions common interests with the United States. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo).
It is the exchange rate, Mr. President (Folha, 17.8.09)
2009. Brazil will only achieve high growth rates when it managed its exchange rate. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo).
High-speed train and direct investment (Folha, 10.8.09)
2009. It is not of benefit to Brazil to offer our domestic market to rich countries for free. A countrys domestic market is its most precious asset. (Article: Folha de S. Paulo)
War or agreement? (Folha, 3.8.09)
2009. The Islamic people discovered that religion can be a major instrument to transform a people into a nation. (Article: Folha de S. Paulo)
Immigration and nationalism (Folha, 27.7.09)
2009. The immigrants have no alternative but to fight in order to see their right to multiculturalism respected in the new country. (Article: Folha de S. Paulo).
State of affairs (Folha, 22.6.09)
2009. No one can guarantee that the adopted policies will suffice to get the world economy out of the crisis. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo).
São Paulo and Venice Biennales (Folha, 15.6.09)
2009. Why is the São Paulo Biennale losing artistic relevance, whereas the Venice Biennale continues to achieve success?
Small euphoria, poor Brazil (Folha, 8.6.09)
2009. Tied to the neoliberal principles of financial liberalization, our government passively watches the return of the exchange rate overvaluation. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo).
The left and the crisis (Folha, 1.6.09)
2009. The Left is not benefiting from the crisis because, when it held power, it made many concessions to neoliberalism. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo).
Why not limit capital inflows? (Folha, 25.5.09)
2009. Because this policy goes against the neoliberal fundamentalist principles that the economists learned in their schools. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo).
Closed lists (Folha, 18.5.09)
2009. The closed lists make the political profession safer, and therefore it will be able to attract better candidates. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo).
Savings account (Folha, 11.5.09)
2009. We are now faced with the idea of this strange and perverse alliance between major rent-seekers and the middle class of small savers. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo).
Morality and crisis (Estadão, 22.3.09)
2009. The crisis capitalism now faces is economic, but its causes are political and moral as well. Both teach the "invisible hand" thesis and reject the existence of the public interest. (Article: O Estado de S.Paulo)
President Lula and Anthony Giddens (Folha, 13.03.06)
2006. 3. Giddens believes that Lula is a left politician, but, through a high interest rate, he is just transferring income from the poor to the rentiers. (Article published in Portuguese in Folha de S. Paulo)
Le 'non' et le projet de l'Europe (Website, 21.06.05)
2005.6. The 'no' was as much a reaction of the French and the Dutch to excessive enlargement of Europe as a victory of Britain and US that support such enlargement to make EU weaker. (Published just here)
 
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