To be published

Volume 41 (1), January-March 2021

Ediane Canci - Economic growth and innovation: na estimation of the frontier of possibilities for innovation.

Eliana Cardoso, Thais Peres Dietrich and André Portela Souza - Population aging and inequality

Felipe Maruf Quintas e Marcus Ianoni - The Rehn-Meidner Plan and the Swedish development model in the Golden Years.

Felipe Orsolin Teixeira, Daniel Arruda Coronel and José Luis da Costa Oreiro - Determinants of the technological intensity of state exports for the period of rising commodity prices.

Joaquim Miguel Couto, Luis Gustavo Alves Lima and Ana Cristina Lima Couto - The public deficit and the growth of the federal securities debt (1995-2018).

Marc Morgan and Pedro Carvalho Junior - Taxing wealth: general principles, international perspectives and lessons for Brazil.

Ricardo Barradas and Andreia Gonçalves - Financialisation and the Portuguese private consumption: two contradictory effects?

Roberta Muramatsu and Ana Maria Bianchi - Behavioral economics of corruption and its implications

Rodrigo Silveira dos Santos, Reno Schmidt Junior, Vivian Sebben Adami and Fabrício Carlos Schmidt - Analysis of the effects of the New Automotive Regime (1996-1999) and Inovar-Auto (2012-2017).

Slawomir Franek and Marta Postula - Measuring the fiscal governance instruments: a synthetic index for EU countries.


William Jefferies - Comment on “Sraffa and the Labour Theory of Value: a note".

Fabio Anderaos de Araújo - Comment on “Sraffa and the Labour Theory of Value: a note” – Reply to William Jefferies.

João Gabriel de Araújo Oliveira, Renato Nozaki Sugahara e Joanilio Rodolpho Teixeira -Comments on the article  “The political role of the State in Cambridge theories of growth and distribution”.


Volume 41 (2), April/June 2021

William Capriata and Leonardo Flauzino de Souza - The exchange rate in orthodox, Keynesian and new developmentalism theoretical models: a literature review.

Francisco Eduardo Pires de Souza - Panem et circenses: on the macroeconomics of the pandemic.

Cristina Ares and Antón Losada - The resistance of the four European worlds of welfare from the birth of the euro.

Alessandro Morselli - Growth and institutional changes: a historical evolution.

Simone Deos, Olivia Bullio Mattos, Fernanda Ultremare, Ana Rosa Ribeiro de Mendonça - Modern Money Theory: rise in the international scenario and recent debate in Brazil.

Sebastião Neto Ribeiro Guedes and Rodrigo Constantino Jerônimo - The unexplored influences of modern physics on John R. Commons’ economic theory.

Gabriel Vilela Resende Freitas - Narrative economics and behavioral economics: contributions to the behavioral insights on post-Keynesian theory.

Elaine Aparecida Fernandes and Gustavo Barros Leite - Performance of clean development mechanism projects for sustainable development in Brazil.

Julia Veiga Vieira Mancio Bandeira and Pedro Perfeito da Silva - National, democratic and social: Chilean developmentalism during radical governments.

André Roncaglia de Carvalho and Luciana Rosa de Souza - The conceptual evolution of inequality and poverty in economic thought.

Janaina de Oliveira, Maria Aparecida Chaves Jardim and Sidney Jard  - Unionism, productive restruturing and finance capitalism in Brazil.



Alain Herscovici - The reswitching of techniques and its epistemological implications: a deepening of criticism.

André Moreira Cunha, Marcos Tadeu Caputi Lélis and Pricila Linck - Business cycles fluctuations and commodity price: evidence for Brazil.

Anita Kon - Political economy of Brazilian startups: new order in a turbulent scenario

David Beltrão Simons Tavares de Albuquerque - Capitalism or capitalism: That is the question.

Eduardo Angeli and Keanu Telles da Costa - Reason, scientism and methodology: Hayek's  adherence to complexity through the development of his methodological criticism in the Abuse of Reason Project.

Emiliano Libman - Is inflation targeting destabilizing? Lessons from Latin-America

Emilio Chernavsky - The unfounded enthusiasm towards private participation in infrastructure.

Francisco Paulo Cipolla e Paolo Giussani - Theories of financialization of non-financial corporations: a critique

Guido Zack - Contractionary depreciations in Latin America during the 2000s.

Guilherme Silva Cardoso A keyword on the footer: the Furtadian and the actual meaning of structural reforms.

Isaias Albertim de Moraes - National-developmental state: the beginnings of historical-social procedurality and pioneering essays.

Jéssica Faciroli, Ricardo da Silva Freguglia, Tassio Ferenzini Martins Sirqueira, Marcel de Toledo Vieira -Effects of social networks on the results of government programs: a systematic review

José Maria Dias Pereira - Sraffa and the "laws of returns": an analysis of thje 1925/1926 articles.

Kayo Cícero Quirino de Souza and Guilherme Jonas Costa da Silva - Exchange rate and labor productivity in Brazil: a new theoretical and empirical approach for the recent period.

Keanu Telles - The road to the General Theory: J. M. Keynes, F. A. Hayek and the Genealogy of Macroeconomics.

Laís Fernanda de Azevedo, Pedro Cezar Dutra Fonseca and Fabricio J. Missio - Income distribution and growth regimes in the Brazilian economy: evaluation and proposals.

Leopoldo Gómez-Ramírez and  Nestor Garza -Credit constraints and structure: a theoretical model of extractivism and slow-growth dynamics.

Olga Myzrova, Larisa Serdyuokova and Elena Labaznova - Assessment of innovative potential as a criterion for evolution of the mesoeconomic system.

Paulo Cesar Morceiro - Methodological influence on Brazilian deindustrialization.

Roberta de Moraes Rocha e José Ewerton Silva Araújo - The dynamics of industrial geographic distribution: evidence from Brazil (2002-2014)

Sandro Pereira Silva - The political economy of the Fund of Support to the Worker: an analysis of its recent performance (2005-2017)

Sulafa Nofal - An assessment of the debates over income distribution and growth in the neo-Kaleckian literature.

Thomas Palley - National policy space: reframing the political economy of globalization and its implications for national sovereignty and democracy.

Vinicius Phillipe de Albuquerque Mello and Francisco de Souza Ramos - Legalization of drugs and strategic behaviour