OTHER TYPES OF WORKS

  • 11-1992-capa-a-crise-do-estado
  • 03-2018-capa-em-busca-de-desenvolvimento-perdido
  • 10-1998-capa-reforma-do-estado-para-a-cidadania
  • 12-1982-capa-a-sociedade-estatal-e-a-tecnoburocracia
  • 15-1968-capa-desenvolvimento-e-crise-no-brasil-1930-1967
  • 2014-capa-developmental-macroeconomics-new-developmentalism
  • 01-2021
  • 10-1999-capa-reforma-del-estado-para-la-ciudadania
  • 05-2009-capa-mondialisation-et-competition
  • capa-novo-desenvolvimentismo-duplicada-e-sombreada
  • 05-2010-capa-globalization-and-competition
  • 05-2009-capa-globalizacao-e-competicao
  • 08-1984-capa-desenvolvimento-e-crise-no-brasil-1930-1983
  • 2006-capa-as-revolucoes-utopicas-dos-anos-60
  • 07-2004-capa-democracy-and-public-management-reform
  • 17-2004-capa-em-busca-do-novo
  • 04-2016-capa-macroeconomia-desenvolvimentista
  • 05-2010-capa-globalixacion-y-competencia
  • 01-2021-capa-new-developmentalism
  • 06-2009-capa-construindo-o-estado-republicano
  • 16-2015-capa-a-teoria-economica-na-obra-de-bresser-pereira-3
  • 13-1988-capa-lucro-acumulacao-e-crise-2a-edicao
  • 09-1993-capa-reformas-economicas-em-democracias-novas
  • 02-2021-capa-a-construcao-politica-e-economica-do-brasil
  • 09-1993-capa-economic-reforms-in-new-democracies

2008. Economic development as well as nations, the modern state, and the nation-state are outcomes of the Capitalist Revolution - this tectonic structural change formed by three sub-revolutions: the Commercial, the National and the Industrial revolutions. (Discussion paper)

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)

2008. With Nelson Marconi. In Brazil the Dutch disease is not as serious as in oil countries, but it is sufficiently serious to cause gradual deindustrialization. Paper in edited book. (Paper in Doença Holandesa e Indústria)

2008. First, economic development defined and distinction from economic growth discussed. Second, since development or growth involve wage increase, the paper shows that in reach countries it increased in proportion to productivity betwee te 1850s and 1970s, but since then a global unlimited supply of labor (that domestically characterizes developing countries) is pressin down wages. (Paper to be published comments welcomed)

2007. With Cleomar Gomes. The paper claimsthat inflation targeting policy was adopted in Brazil before the interest rate trap was faced and solved. This was a mistake because inflation targeting is good to manage monetary policy, not to change the monetary regime as it was in 1999 and still is necessary in Brazil. (Paper in edited book). Portuguese version available.

2008. Economic growth is the outcome of a national strategy of development. The characteristics and main tensions involved in these national strategies discussed. Improved English version of a paper previously published in Portuguese.

2008. With Paulo Gala. A formalization of the critique of the strategy of growth with foreign savings: the consequent exchange rate appreciation increases artificially wages and causes the substitution of domestic with foreign savings. Portuguese and English versions available. (Paper: Investigación Económica).

2007.Paper comparing three growth strategies: old or national-developmentalism, new developmentalism, and Washingtons conventional orthodoxy - actually a form of neutralizing the catching up of medium income countries. Slightly improved version in relation to "New developmentalism and conventional orthodoxy". (Paper in the book Keynes for the Twentieth Century)