Volume 36, n.o 2 (143)  
Reflexões sobre o Novo Desenvolvimentismo e o Desenvolvimentismo Clássico
Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira
The Swedish model: an alternative to macroeconomic policy
Alexandre Guedes Viana e Patrícia Helena F. Cunha
A inércia estrutural da base produtiva brasileira: o IDE e a transferência internacional de tecnologia
Tulio Chiarini
Latin American countries and the establishment of the multilateral trading system: the Havana Conference (1947-1948)
Norma Breda dos Santos
Why transaction costs are so relevant in political governance? A new institutional survey
Gonzalo Caballero e David Soto-Oñate
Da fisiologia à economia política: o itinerário intelectual de Quesnay em direção ao Tableau Économique
Fernando Ribeiro e Nelson Mendes Cantarino
A estrutura e o mercado: uma análise comparativa do Plano Trienal e do PAEG
Leandro Vizin Villarino
Testing the models of transition in practice: the case-studies of Estonia and Slovenia
Viljar Veebel e Andra Nam
Systemically important financial institutions in Latin America - A Primer
Jacob Kleinow, Mario Garcia Molina e Andreas Horsch
A radical proposal for direct democracy in large societies
John Asimakopolos


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