Institutionalism and its relations with developmentalism: past, present and future

Vol. 43 No. 2 (2023)

Apr-Jun / 2023
Published May 10, 2023
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Riedo, Ijean Gomes, Manoel João Ramos, Flavia Piccinin Paz Gubert, and Aldi Feiden. 2023. “Institutionalism and Its Relations With Developmentalism: Past, Present and Future”. Brazilian Journal of Political Economy 43 (2):516-38.

Institutionalism and its relations with developmentalism: past, present and future

Ijean Gomes Riedo
Universidade Federal de Grandes Dourados – UFGD, Dourados/MS, Brasil.
Manoel João Ramos
Faculdade de Ensino Superior de Marechal Cândido Rondon – ISEPE, Marechal Candido Rondon/ PR, Brasil.
Flavia Piccinin Paz Gubert
Faculdade Educacional de Medianeira – UDC, Medianeira/PR, Brasil.
Aldi Feiden
Universidade Estadual do Oeste do Paraná – Unioeste, Toledo/PR, Brasil.
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 43 No. 2 (2023), Apr-Jun / 2023, Pages 516-538


This research theoretically analyzes the role of institutions for organizational
development based on developmental and institutional theory, emerging relevant questions,
such as: What were the conceptual frameworks of institutional development? How did the
institutions participate in the economic evolution? How does institutional development take place in Latin America? What is the developmental model for the future? However, it does
not intend to defend political, social and/or economic ideologies, but to debate constructive
issues for sustainable development. In this respect, the research reveals that passive policies
of market operation and segmented public investment programs are not enough, but a
strategic and cooperative action between Industry-Government-University in favor of
sustainable development.

JEL Classification: D02; D23; O21; R58.

Keywords: Institutions development sustainability