OTHER LANGUAGES

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

2018. An encompassing paper on economic nationalism, its relation to developmentalism. Why it is a condition of growth in a world where nation-states rather compete than cooperate. (Paper in t, Turkish journal. Portuguese version also in this site)

2017. The first developmentalism was mercantilism, the second, Fordism, which was a progressive class coalition. After the 2008 Crisis neoliberalism turned demoralized, state intervention increased, and a third developmentalism is looming, but it will be a conservative capitalism due to the competition of China and other developing countries.

2017. Rentier-financier capitalism is in economic crisis since 2008 and in political crisis since 2016. The secular stagnation issue was brought again to the fore, in so far as capitalism turned again liberal (instead of developmental) since 1980. But it is more likely that rich countries will face low growth, financial instability, and increasing inequality, unless they are able to criticize economic liberalism. (Paper for Berlin conference)

2016. National solidarity, first, and social-democracy, later on, have mitigated Capitalist exploitation. The demise of these two institutions led global capitalism to the present political crisis. (essay)