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2011. The final version of this paper is Democracy and capitalist revolution,but I decided to conserve this earlier version. (Working Paper EESP/FGV 149, month???)
2019. The Capitalist Revolution envelops the Commercial Revolution, the formation of the nation-states, and the industrial revolution. England was the first nation to "complete" it. After each country makes the Capitalist Revolution, economic development begins and turns self-sustained. (paper)
2013. Article being written. Comments welcome.
2011. Transition to democracy can happen before the capitalist revolution, but democratic consolidation depends that it is "completed", i.e., that economic surplus is appropriated in the market. (Paper: Dados).
2012. Bresser-Pereira recorda que, no Brasil, o nacional-desenvolvimentismo foi a estratégia dominante entre 1930 e 1980, e teve êxito em promover a industrialização ou, mais amplamente, a revolução capitalista do país (Entrevista de Graziela Wolfart).
2012. Transition to democracy can happen before the capitalist revolution, but democratic consolidation depends that it is "completed", i.e., that economic surplus is appropriated in the market. (Paper: Économie Appliquée) Versão atualizada de Why did democracy become the preferred political regime only in the twentieth century
2011. A summary of Brazil`s development. Why it became backward. How it eventually made its national and capitalist revolution and turned a middle income country. (Article in book edited by André Botelho and Lilia Moritz Schwarcz).
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)
2011. The capitalist revolution is a major economic and social change that divides the history of mankind in two parts, as it opens room to development. Capitalist development, on its hand, follows a number o phases or stages. (Paper: Crítica e Sociedade)
2011. The Arab peoples finally revolt. Pre-industrial countries, they fight for democracy and economic opportunity in countries dominanted by the "Ocident" - a classical eupheminism for the industrial empires the dominated the Near Orient since the 19th century. (Política Democrática)
2011. I know of no country that became a stable democracy without previously achieving its national revolution. (Article: Folha de S. Paulo)
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)
2009. A consolidated democracy requires a capable state, a strong nation and an active civil society. The quality of democracy must be improved but it is a mistake to o include in the concept of democracy more than its minimum, procedural, requirements. (Paper)
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. 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
2008. Only in early twentieth century the bourgeoisie accepted democracy. The new historical fact that led to to democracy was the capitalist revolution. The final version of this paper is Democracy and capitalist revolution.
2003. After the end of the Cold War balance of powers diplomacy is over. Now major nations are not enemies but competitors in a global system which is being institutionalized. Translation of "After Balance of Powers Diplomacy, Globalization's Politics" (Paper: Novos Estudos CEBRAP)*.
2002. After the end of the Cold War balance of powers diplomacy is over. Major nations are now not enemies but competitors in a global system which is being institutionalized. Portuguese version available. (Paper: In Eric Hershberg's edited book)*.