Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Current Issue
Vol. 42 No. 3 (2022)
Published August 17, 2022

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. 42 No. 3 (2022) - Published August 17, 2022

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Managing Contagion: COVID-19, public health, and reflexive behavior
John B. Davis
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Productivity, investment and capital flow: the failure of growth with foreign savings in Brazil
Marcos Tostes Lamonica, Sergiany da Silva Lima
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Globalization, deglobalization and Brazil
Renato Baumann
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

From the mainstream economics research frontier towards critical institutional political economy
Fernando García-Quero, Fernando López Castellano
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

The evolution of thinking about the State in Peter Evans’s view – a theoretical approach
Vinicius Peçanha
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

A further deterioration of the Brazilian fiscal reaction in view of COVID-19
Eduardo Lima Campos, Rubens Penha Cysne, Alexandre L. Madureira
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Infrastructure, private expectations and investment
Jefferson S. Fraga, Marco Flávio da Cunha Resende
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Public banks and monetary policy: theory and some results based on state dependent local projections
André de Melo Modenesi, Nikolas Passos
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

MERCOSUR in trade policy clusters: challenges and prospects
Alexandra Gennadyevna Koval, Ekaterina Konstantinovna Andrianova
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

The role of capital movements in Latin American balance of payments in 1990-2019
Gustavo Burachik
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

The twin deficit theory in a dynamic consistent stock-flow model for an open economy
André Mellini, Guilherme Jonas Costa da Silva
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

Fiscal compliance and Behavioral Economics: an analysis of the influence of the decision context
Ana Carolina Astafieff da Rosa Costa, Morgana G. Martins Krieger, Yuna Fontoura
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy

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