National Developmental State: the beginnings of historical-social procedurality and pioneering essays

Vol. 41 No. 4 (2021)

Out-Dez/2021
Published November 11, 2021
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How to Cite

Moraes, Isaias Albertin de. 2021. “National Developmental State: The Beginnings of Historical-Social Procedurality and Pioneering Essays”. Brazilian Journal of Political Economy 41 (4):679-99. https://doi.org/10.1590/0101-31572021-3233.

National Developmental State: the beginnings of historical-social procedurality and pioneering essays

Isaias Albertin de Moraes
Researcher of the Núcleo de Extensão e Pesquisa em Economia Solidária, Criativa e Cidadania (NEPESC- Unesp), Araraquara-SP, Brasil. Doutor em Ciências Sociais pela Unesp-Araraquara.
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 41 No. 4 (2021), Out-Dez/2021, Pages 679-699

Abstract

This paper seeks to contribute to the advancement of studies on the National
State and economic development. For that, I used an original and singular transdisciplinary
approach based on Pierre Bourdieu’s sociological theory and economic history. The
methodological procedures were bibliographic research of historical and inductive analysis
of the economy. The results obtained were that, for the construction of a National
Developmental State, society, first, needs to establish meta-capital and meta-field immersed
in the developmental precepts and concentrators of soft power and hard power to,
subsequently, execute the project of expansion, integration and sophistication of the
productive structure.

JEL Classification: N01; B10; H70.


Keywords: Development economics developmental state economic history