Desregulamentação e o controle do abuso do poder econômico: teoria e prática
Elizabeth Maria Mercier Querido Farina

Deregulation and antitrust enforcement revival are two recent tendencies in developed and third world countries as well. At first sight, they seem inconsistent as deregulation stresses the free market organization, while antitrust policy limits private business strategies. This paper discusses the economic reasons for regulation and antitrust enforcement and the relationship between industrial and antitrust policies. Some historical examples are brought to the discussion, including the Brazilian experience.

Vol.14, n.o3(55), 1994
A Desregulamentação do setor sucroalcooleiro
Geraldo Sant'Ana de Camargo Barros e Márcia Azanha Ferraz Dias de Moraes

The objective of this article is to determine the most important actors and decisions arenas involved in the deregulation of the Brazilian sugar and alcohol sector, using concepts of Political Economy. The deregulation was conducted by actors from both Southeastern and Northeastern production regions (such as sugar cane farmers’ associations, sugar and alcohol producers’ unions and associations and workers’ unions) and by politicians from several sugarcane production regions, whose conflicting interests influenced the decision makers. CIMA was the main decision arena. The main actors determining public policies for the sector are the congressmen and the State and Municipal governments.

Vol.22, n.o2(86), 2002
Desregulamentação dos mercados de trabalho e desemprego nas economias capitalistas avançadas
Luiz Antônio de Oliveira Lima

The aim of this research is to discuss the relevance of micro and macroeconomic factors as the determinants of the present level of unemployment in some advanced capitalist economies. Through these results it will be possible to determine the importance of the conventional hypothesis that high levels of unemployment can be explained by the rigidities in the labor market as well as its policy implications.

Vol.20, n.o4(80), 2000
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