Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Current Issue
Vol. 44 No. 3 (2024)
Published July 5, 2024


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. 44 No. 3 (2024) - Published July 5, 2024

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Maria da Conceição Tavares
Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Alternative policy imagination for anti-toxic Indian development
Amit Bhaduri
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

The international monetary and financial system and the digital revolution: perspectives for emerging and developing countries
Luiza Peruffo, André Moreira Cunha, Julima da Silva Bichara
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Commodity dependence, structural reforms, and commodity trap: South America 1970-2017
Fernando Isabella
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Industrialization and deindustrialization: an empirical analysis of some drivers of structural change in Brazil, 1947-2021
Hugo C. Iasco-Pereira, Paulo César Morceiro
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Fiscal policy transmission mechanisms
Manoel Carlos Pires, Luiz Fernando de Paula
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Critical rationalism and institutional change in Hayek
Eduardo Angeli
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Industrial policy in Brazil: empirical evidence in a context of structural changes (2007-2020)
Luís Felipe Giesteira, Thiago Caliari, Felipe Orsolin-Teixeira
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Internationalization of Brazilian companies: the rise and fall of a state policy
Robson Coelho Cardoch Valdez
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Francisco Dornelles’ brief tenure at the Ministry of Finance: The decline of FGV-RJ and the Delfim Boys’ dominance in shaping Brazil’s economic policy
Alexandre F. S. Andrada
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

The International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC) and India: potential and impediments
Lakshman Chandra Pal
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

The nature of Central Bank Independence: historical background and rise in the era of financialization
Rodrigo Siqueira Rodriguez
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

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