Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Current Issue
Vol. 41 No. 4 (2021)
Published November 11, 2021

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. 41 No. 4 (2021) - Published November 11, 2021

Article


Government spending, the exchange rate and growth: empirical evidence for Latin America
Moritz Cruz, Josue Zavaleta
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Real exchange rate and Brazilian industry productivity in the long run: theory, model and evidence for the recent period
Kayo Cícero Quirino de Souza, Guilherme Jonas C. da Silva
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

National Developmental State: the beginnings of historical-social procedurality and pioneering essays
Isaias Albertin de Moraes
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Methodological influence on Brazilian deindustrialization
Paulo César Morceiro
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Contractionary depreciations in Latin America during the 2000s
Martín Montané, Emiliano Libman, Guido Zack
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Why we need an allocative (and resourceful) welfare state
Celia Lessa Kerstenetzky
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

The dynamics of industrial geographic distribution: evidence from Brazil (2002-2014)
Roberta de Moraes Rocha, José Ewerton Silva Araújo
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

An assessment of the debates over income distribution and growth in the Neo-Kaleckian literature
Sulafa Nofal
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

The reswitching of techniques and its epistemological implications: a deepening of criticism
Alain Herscovici
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Sraffa and the “laws of returns”: an analysis of the 1925-1926 articles
José Maria Dias Pereira
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Debate


Retirements and pensions in Brazil: progressive or regressive?
Rodolfo Hoffamann
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Population aging and inequality – Reply to Hoffmann
Eliana Cardoso, Thais Peresh Dietrich, André Portela Souza
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

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