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Revolução capitalista e Estado desenvolvimentista

2013. Article being written. Comments welcome.

Inequality and the phases of capitalism

2013. How did inequality vary along the history of capitalism? Which were the phases, and the role of technical progress? Why inequality increased since the 1980s in rich countries? (Paper in Forum for Social Economics)

The value of the exchange rate and the Dutch disease

2013. A revised version of my 2008 paper on the Dutch disease in which I distinguish the value from the market price of the exchange rate. (Paper: Brazilian Journal of Political Economy)

Empresários, o governo do PT e o desenvolvimentismo

2013. (paper: Revista Sociologia e Política).

Ignácio Rangel: Ciclos longos, dualidade, e um depoimento pessoal

2013. A more precise presentation of Rangel's "basic duality" theory to explain Brazilian history. (paper: Análise Econômica).

The hegemony constraints in the neoliberal years of capitalism

2013. The neoliberal policy regime was defined by economic, political and "hegemony" constraints, but while not complying with first two implies malfunctioning of the system, the non compliance of hegemony constraints just means that the interest of the neoliberal class coalition were not served. (Paper in edited book)

Um mestre da economia brasileira: Ignácio Rangel revisitado

2013. Com José Marcio Rego. Este texto reproduz trabalho publicado um ano antes da morte de Ignácio Rangel (1993), com pequenas correções e a substituição da parte referente ao ciclo longo e à dualidade básica pela revisita realizada por Bresser-Pereira aos dois problemas.

Os empresários industriais brasileiros depois do fim da hegemonia neoliberal

2013. With Eli Diniz. Brazilian industrialist ceased to be part of the dominant political coalition from the late 1980s to the the mid 2000s. Yet, since the Lula administration, the emergence of a new developmentalism, and the 2008 collapse of neoliberalism, they are again being heard in Brazil. Actualized version of a previous paper. Also available German version. (To be published in edited book)

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