NATION, NATIONALISM & STATE - BR
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3.5.21. Yes, I refer to the new privatizations of airports and roads. Monopolist infrastructure that never should be privatized. But they are, so that the rentiers my rise prices and reduce the quality of the services. Note in the Twitter and Facebook.
1.1.2021. José de Souza Martins: ""O 'eles' que existe em nossa cultura desde quando tentamos nos tornar brasileiros, foi sendo inventado por nós mesmos. Foi fácil ocupar o nosso jardim e, depois, matar o nosso cão e convencer-nos a cuspir em nossa cara o desprezo pelos nossos sonhos e pela solução de nossas carências." (Tweat)
2017. An encompassing analysis of Brazil's society, economy, and politics since the Independence. A national-dependent interpretation. In the bookstores and in kindle
8.10.2019. The sale of state-owned companies to foreign counties is assuming an incredible dimension. It is a country for sale. (Note in the Facebook)
20.11.2018. The relation between the imperialism of the powerful and the dependency of the weak countries, and their dependent elites, as is the case of Brazil.
14 de novembro de 2017
2016. Long interview of Bresser-Pereira to Alvaro Comin e Paulo Todescan Mattos for Plural, journal from USP's graduate program in sociology.
2015.. Bresser-Pereira speaks about his life, PSDB, PT, and Brazil, which lost the idea of nation. (interview to Leandro Fontoura, Zero Hora)
2013. To develop the latecomer countries had to be nationalist and developmental because they faced the imperialism of the first countries that industrialized and became powerful. (Introduction to O Que Esperar do Brasil?)
2007. Vargas was the statesman that led Brazils national and industrial revolution. Although an authoritarian politician, he created the conditions for consolidated democracy. (Paper: tin book edited by Dutra Fonseca Zahluth Bastos)
2011. In the case of economics the Qualis system of evaluation of academic journals of CAPES is a model of cultural colonialism. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo)
2011. Latecomers - the countries that didn`t made their Capitalist Revolution in the 18th or the 19th century need nationalist revolutions to fight imperialism and make their own national and industrial revolution. (Paper being worked)
2009. Over-exploitation as well as associated dependency interpretations denied the possibility of national bourgeoisies in the region and contributed to weakening Latin American nations. Only a third version of dependency - the national-dependent interpretation - escaped this fate. Published in English in Latin American Perspectives 178, vol. 38 (3) May 2011Portuguese and French versions available. (Paper: Latin American Perspectives).
2009. Over-exploitation as well as associated dependency interpretations denied the possibity of national bourgeoisies in the region and contributed to weakening Latin American nations. Only a third version of dependency - the national-dependent interpretation - escaped this fate. English and Portuguese versions available. (Paper: Revue Tiers Monde).
2007. In global capitalism nation-states compete. As Brazil lost the idea of nation, it follows economic policies recommended by its competitors, and, so, is falling behind. (Entrevista ao Instituto Teotônio Vilela sobre o livro Macroeconomia da Estagnação)
2007. Businessmen may support a moderate left political party if this party is also national commited to national economic development. Spanish version available.(Paper Lua Nova)
2006. A large interview on the Brazilian economy and the lack of a national growth strategy in a global environment defined by high competition among nation-states. (Interview to Laura Greenhalgh: O Estado de S.Paulo).
2006. In order to become again a real nation Brazil needs a encompassing national agreement, where the association between businessmen and the state bureaucracy is key. (Note in , Economia Brasileira na Encruzilhada)
2006. Social inequality and the loss of the concept of nation are the two structural causes behind Brazil's long term quasi-stagnation. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo)
2004. Nationalism continues to be criticized, while Brazil is unable to protect its national interest. Meanwhile, rich countries remain deeply nationalist. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo).
2003. The patterns of economic development and the political pacts in Brazil from Vargas (1930) to Lula (2003). 5th revised edition almost doubling the size of the book. (Book: Editora 34). Nas livrarias.
2002. The Brazilian national revolution will only be completed when its people gets rid of its colonial inferiority complex. (Article: Folha de S.Paulo, 7.8)
2000. Brazilian tend to identify themselves negavitvely. (Notes of the intervention in Simpósio Freud: Conflito e Cultura Brasil: Psicanálise e Modernismo).
2000. Hommage to Barbosa Lima Sobrinho (Folha de S.Paulo, 21.7.2000)
2000. A major retail bank as Banespa should not be sold to foreign owners.(Article: Folha de S.Paulo, 9.1)
1999. "Central do Brasil" and the search of a national identity. (Artigo: Folha de S.Paulo, 10.2.1999).
1963. Since 1930 Brazilian entrepreneurs associated themselves with workers and public bureaucrats to promote Brazilian industrialization. Yet, in the 1950s historical new facts conduced to the collapse of this developmental political pact, and the breaking up of a major political crisis. (Paper: Revista de Administração de Empresas)