Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Current Issue
Vol. 42 No. 2 (2022)
Published May 5, 2022

The Center of Political Economy  is a cultural character association that publishes, since 1981, the Brazilian Journal of Political Economy /Revista de Economia Política - and conducts regular seminars and conferences on the issue of economic and social development and macroeconomic stability. Read More

Brazilian Journal of Political Economy is a peer-reviewed, bilingual academic journal, published quarterly since 1981 by the Center for Political Economy through Editora 34. It is the most cited academic journal of economics in Brazil. Read More

Current Issue - Vol. 42 No. 2 (2022) - Published May 5, 2022

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Exchange rate crises in Latin America, East Asia and Russia
Manmohan Agarwal, T. R. Vandana
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

The compass and the pendulum: development and international insertion of Brazil
Luiz Augusto E. Faria
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Is Inflation Targeting destabilizing? Lessons from Latin America
Emiliano Libman
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

On the semantic and methodological dimensions of equilibrium in economics
Douglas Dias Braz, Fabio Bittes Terra
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Celso Furtado’s transdisciplinary view on economic development
Assilio Luiz Zanella de Araujo
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Methodological approaches to measuring quality of life
Aygun Guliyeva
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Capes’ evaluation and the field of Economics: the primacy of the American orthodox mainstream
Francisco Moraes da Costa Marques
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Domar, the West and Russian economics: a historical perspective
Mauro Boianovsky
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Digitalization and its impact on economic growth
Ariadna Aleksandrova, Yuri Truntsevsky, Marina Polutova
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

China and the change of the energy matrix in Latin America: a global political economy approach
Oscar Ugarteche, Carlos De León
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Employment, technical change and growth in Brazil: a conclusion from Input-Output Matrix
Rafael de Acypreste
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Brazilian underdevelopment portrayed by its excluding growth dynamics: an empirical analysis based on Celso Furtado
Alanna Santos de Oliveira, Carlos Alves do Nascimento
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Brazil’s quasi-stagnation and the new developmentalism
Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Does Behavioral Economics substitute or complement Neoclassical Economics? Rethinking the behavioral revolution from a contextualist approach
Josafat Ivan Hernandez-Cervantes
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

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