Brazil facing more than the pandemic: distribution and exclusion in economic policy
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Brazil facing more than the pandemic: distribution and exclusion in economic policy

The evolution of key economic and social data covering the two decades of our millennium shows how a dynamic distribution process was broken down. The main conclusion concerns the power of financialization in the overall transformation of our society.
Autor
Ladislau Dowbor e Bruno Cezar
Tamanho
33 páginas
Originalmente publicado
Data
15 de setembro, 2022

The following paper was published by Sage Publishing. Its manuscript can be downloaded for free clicking the Download button above. You can also access this and other papers through paid subscription at Sage’s website.

To quote please use: Dowbor, L., & Cezar, B. B. (2022). Brazil Facing More Than the Pandemic: Distribution and Exclusion in Economic Policy. Latin American Perspectives, 49(5), 14–33. https://doi.org/10.1177/0094582X221115357

– Prof. Ladislau Dowbor

The Brazilian economy followed an expansive and socially inclusive model from 2003 to 2013. As of 2014, a drastic reversion of policies took place with the introduction of the so-called austerity model.

Comparing the two models, one more equalitarian and the other more wealth-concentrating, is useful for clarifying how key economic variables change. The evolution of key economic and social data covering the two decades of our millennium shows how a dynamic distribution process was broken down.

The main conclusion concerns the power of financialization in the overall transformation of our society.

 

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