Volume 36, n.o 3 (144)  
  Jul-Set/2016  
     
 
 
 
Is this ‘it’? An outline of a theory of depressions
Fernando J. Cardim de Carvalho
Sectoral capabilities and productive structure: An input-output analysis of the key sectors of the Brazilian economy
Nelson Marconi, Igor L. Rocha e Guilherme R. Magacho
A reconstrução da indústria brasileira: a conexão entre o regime macroeconômico e a política industrial
Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira, André Nassif e Carmem Feijó
Acumulação e rentismo: resgatando a teoria da renda de Marx para pensar o capitalismo contemporâneo
Leda Maria Paulani
Brasil: geopolítica e “abertura para o pacífico”
Raphael Padula e José Luís Fiori
Fiscal costs of monetary policy: indirect effects of an interest rate shock on Brazilian public net debt
Laura Carvalho, André Diniz, Ítalo Pedrosa e Pedro Rossi
The sources for orthodox and heterodox trade and industrial policies in Brazil
Jan-Ulrich Rothacher
Fundamentos macroeconômicos nas perspectivas de Marx e Keynes: contribuições para a heterodoxia
Pedro Garrido da Costa Lima, Adriana Moreira Amado e Maria de Lourdes Rollemberg Mollo
Racionalidade limitada e a tomada de decisão em sistemas complexos
Tatiana Massaroli Melo e José Ricardo Fucidji
Boulevard to broken dreams, Part 2: implementation of the Polonoroeste road project in the Brazilian Amazon, and the World Bank’s response to the gathering storm
Robert H. Wade
 
 

 
     
 

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