POLITICAL THEORY

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2017. This paper defines the state as the law system and the organization that guarantees and the nation-state as the political society formed by a nation, a state and a territory. Second, it discusses the forms of informal political intermediation between the state and society. (Revista Lua Nova)

2009. Nation and civil society are forms of politically organized societies, the state, the central institution, and the nation-state the basic territorial-political unity that the Capitalist Revolution originated. This article orginated "Estado, estado-nação e Revolução Capitalista" (2010). (Discussion paper EESP/FGV 189)

2008. Three basic definitions nations are a form of politically organized society that emerges with capitalism the state, the law system and the organization that enforces it the nation-state, the basic territorial-political unity in capitalism. Note only in this site

1998. With Yoshiaki Nakano. It is misleading to attribute economic difficulties to politicians and bureaucrats, since incompetent and self-interest policies decided by economists are also responsible. This is more so when the country misses an effective social contract. English version available. (Paper in Estado e Sociedade). This is an improved version of "A origem política dos problemas econômicos" (1995).

1998. With Yoshiaki Nakano. It is misleading to attribute economic difficulties to politicians and bureaucrats, since incompetent and self-interest policies decided by economists are also responsible. This is more so when the country misses an effective social contract. Portuguese version available. (Paper in edited book by Ducatenzeiler and Oxhorn)

1995. Public non-state organizations are essential in the reform of the state performing either social and scientific services (social organizations) or social accountability roles. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo)