BRAZILIAN ECONOMY

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2002. An overview of the Brazilian economy since the 1970s. Income concentrated in the period, but only some additional reduction in wages and salaries as a consequence of a less appreciated exchange rate will permit the country to resume growth. (Paper in book edited by Ricardo Bielschowky e Ricardo Mussi, Políticas para a Retomada do Crescimento - Reflexões de Economistas Brasileiros).

2001. The method that Celso Furtado utilizes is essentially historical; his passion - a measured passion - is for Brazil. A survey of Furtado's work. English and Spanish versions available.(Paper in book edited by Bresser-Pereira and Rego) *

2001. An overview of the rise of the state and of public administration in Brazil since late nineteenth century, ending with the 1995/98 Public Management Reform. (Paper in edited book)

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).

1994. Brazil achieved price stability. Now, in order to grow, it has to define a policy of competitive insertion in the interantional setting, while, domestically, promotes income distribution. (Note: Folha de S.Paulo)

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