VOLUME 41 (4),October/December 2021
Josué Zavaleta and Moritz Cruz - Government spending, the exchange rate and growth: empirical evidence for Latin America
Kayo Cícero Quirino de Souza and Guilherme Jonas Costa da Silva - Real exchange rate and Brazilian industry productivity in the long run: theory, model and evidence for the recent period.
Isaias Albertim de Moraes - National-developmental state: the beginnings of historical-social procedurality and pioneering essays.
Paulo Cesar Morceiro - Methodological influence on Brazilian deindustrialization.
Martin Montané, Emiliano Libman and Guido Zack - Contractionary depreciations in Latin America during the 2000s.
Celia Lessa Kerstenetzky - Why we need an allocative welfare state.
José Maria Dias Pereira - Sraffa and the "laws of returns": an analysis of the 1925/1926 articles.
Roberta de Moraes Rocha and José Ewerton Silva Araújo - The dynamics of industrial geographic distribution: evidence from Brazil (2002-2014)
Sulafa Nofal - An assessment of the debates over income distribution and growth in the neo-Kaleckian literature.
Alain Herscovici - The reswitching of techniques and its epistemological implications: a deepening of criticism.
Rodolfo Hoffmann - Retirements and pensions in Brazil: progressive or regressive?
Eliana Cardoso, Thais Peres Dietrich and André Portela Souza - Envelhecimento da população e desigualdade – Resposta a Hoffmann
VOLUME 42 (1), January/March 2022
Cosimo Magazzino and Marco Mele - The global financial crisis and its effects on the International Monetary Fund.
Laís Fernanda de Azevedo, Pedro Cezar Dutra Fonseca and Fabricio J. Missio - Income distribution and growth regimes in the Brazilian economy: evaluation and proposals.
Keanu Telles - The road to the General Theory: J. M. Keynes, F. A. Hayek and the Genealogy of Macroeconomics.
Andrés Felipe Oviedo Gómez and Juan Manuel Candelo Viafara - Economic growth without welfare. The case of the impact of commodities on Colombian economy.
Ernani Teixeira Torres Filho and Norberto Montani Martins - Survival constraint and fisicial regulation: a new Minskyan approach.
Guilherme Silva Cardoso - A keyword on the footer: the Furtadian and the (re)current meaning of structural reforms.
Maria Isabel Busato - Ricardian equivalence revisited: introductory notes.
Francisco Paulo Cipolla e Paolo Giussani - Theories of financialization of non-financial corporations: a critique.
Carmem Feijó, Eliane de Araújo e Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira - Política monetária no Brasil em tempos de pandemia.
Caroline Giusti Araujo and Antonio Carlos Diegues - Patterns of external insertion in global value chains: a comparative analysis between Brazil and China.
Mateus Cristiano Martins, Rafaela Oliveira Padilha and Solange Maria da Silva - Corporate venture capital and corporate accelerators: differences and similarities.
João Villaverde e José Marcio Rego -Ação e pensamento de Fernão Bracher, um conservador com espírito público.
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
Ariadna Aleksandrova, Yuri Truntsevsky and Marina Polutova - Digitalization and its impact on economic growth.
TO BE PUBLISHED SOON (In alphabetic order)
Alana Santos de Oliveira and Carlos Alves do Nascimento - Brazilian underdevelopment portrayed by its excluding growth dynamics: an empirical analysis based on Celso Furtado.
Alexandra Koval and Ekaterina Andrianova - Mercosur in trade policy clusters: challenges and prospects.
André da Silva Redivo and Pedro Cezar Dutra Fonseca - Carteira de Crédito Agrícola e Industrial (CREAI): an analysis of its historical performance between 1937 and 1969.
André Mellini and Guilherme Jonas Costa da Silva - The twin deficit theory in a dynamic consistent stock-flow model for an open economy.
André de Melo Modenesi and Nikolas Passos - Public banks and monetary policy: thoery and some results based on state-dependent local projections.
Assilio Luiz Zanella de Araújo - Celso Furtado’s transdisciplinary view on economic development.
Aygun Guliyeva - Methodological approaches to measuring quality of life.
Edemilson Paraná and Rafael de Acypreste - Artificial intelligence and employment: a systematic review.
Eduardo Lima Campos, Rubens Penha Cysne and Alexandre Madureira - A further deterioration of the Brazilian fiscal reaction in view of Covid-19.
Emiliano Libman - Is inflation targeting destabilizing? Lessons from Latin-America
Fernando García-Quero and Fernando López Castellano - From the mainstream economics research frontier towards critical institutional political economy.
Francisco Moraes da Costa Marques - Capes' evaluation and the field of economics: the primacy of the American orthodox mainstream.
Giulio Guarini and José Luis Oreiro - An ecological view of new developmentalism: a proposal of integration.
Guilherme Cardoso - The rhetoric of austerity.
Jefferson S. Fraga and Marco Flávio da Cunha Resende - Infrastructure, private expectations and investment.
Josafat Ivan Hernandez-Cervantes - Does behavioral economics substitute neoclassical economics? Rethinking the behavioran revolution from a contextualist approach.
Luiz Augusto E. Faria - The Compass and the Pendulum: development and international insertion of Brazil.
Manmohan Agarwal and Vandana TR - Exchange rate crisis in Latin America, East Asia and Russia
Oscar Ugarteche - China and the change of the energy matrix in Latin America: a global political economy approach.
Paulo Cesar Morceiro e Joaquim José Martins Guilhoto - Sectoral deindusjtrialisation and long-run stagnation of Brazilian manufacturing
Rafael de Acypreste - Employment, technical change and growth in Brazil: a conclusion from input-output table.
Vinicius Peçanha - The Evolution of Thinking about the State in Peter Evans's View – a theoretical approach