BOOKS: ECONOMY

Crises and hegemonies — history in process
Crises and hegemonies — history in process
By JULIANE FURNO: Commentary on the recently released book by Leonardo Severo
Vulture capitalism
Vulture capitalism
By MICHAEL ROBERTS: Commentary on the recently released book, “Vulture capitalism”, by Grace Blakeley
A critical theory of economic compulsion
A critical theory of economic compulsion
By WERNER BONEFELD: Author's introduction to the newly published book
How China escaped shock therapy
How China escaped shock therapy
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Considerations about the book by Isabella M. Weber
The Order of Capital
The Order of Capital
By CLARA E. MATTEI: Note to the Brazilian edition, recently launched
development factors
development factors
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Commentary on the book by Mark Koyama and Jared Rubin, where they show that institutions also…
How the world got rich – the historical origins of economic growth
How the world got rich – the historical origins of economic growth
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Commentary on the book by Mark Koyama & Jared Rubin
Material world – history of the past and future
Material world – history of the past and future
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Considerations about Ed Conway’s book
Development and politics
Development and politics
By ALEXANDRE DE FREITAS BARBOSA: Preface to the new edition of Paul Singer's book
Brand new dependency
Brand new dependency
By LUIZ GONZAGA BELLUZZO: Preface to the book by Lucas Crivelenti e Castro
Economics for social transformation
Economics for social transformation
By LUIZ MARQUES: Commentary on the recently released book by Juliane Furno and Pedro Rossi
The dispute of ideas in the current situation
The dispute of ideas in the current situation
By JOSÉ RAIMUNDO TRINDADE: Excerpt, selected by the author, from the recently published book
How China escaped shock therapy
How China escaped shock therapy
By CÉSAR LOCATELLI: Commentary on the recently released book by Isabella M. Weber
Introduction to financialization
Introduction to financialization
By LUIZ CARLOS BRESSER-PEREIRA: Preface to the recently released book by Ilan Lapyda
The Mandarins of Economics
The Mandarins of Economics
By MARIA RITA LOUREIRO: Considerations on the recently released book, organized by Adriano Codato and Mateus de Albuquerque
Economic freedom and civilizing crisis
Economic freedom and civilizing crisis
By JOSÉ MICAELSON LACERDA MORAIS: Author's introduction to the recently released book
Solidarity economy
Solidarity economy
By HELENA SINGER: Introduction to Paul Singer's Newly Released Book
Does the bourgeoisie have a choice?
Does the bourgeoisie have a choice?
By ELEUTÉRIO FS PRADO: Commentary on the book “Austerity: the story of a dangerous idea”, by Mark Blyth
a vast field
a vast field
By MARCUS MAZZARI: Commentary on the novel by Günter Grass
Short circuit. The virus and the return of the state
Short circuit. The virus and the return of the state
By AMARO FLECK: Commentary on the book by economist Laura Carvalho
BOOKS: ECONOMY
Crises and hegemonies — history in process
Crises and hegemonies — history in process
By JULIANE FURNO: Commentary on the recently released book by Leonardo Severo
Vulture capitalism
Vulture capitalism
By MICHAEL ROBERTS: Commentary on the recently released book, “Vulture capitalism”, by Grace Blakeley
A critical theory of economic compulsion
A critical theory of economic compulsion
By WERNER BONEFELD: Author's introduction to the newly published book
How China escaped shock therapy
How China escaped shock therapy
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Considerations about the book by Isabella M. Weber
The Order of Capital
The Order of Capital
By CLARA E. MATTEI: Note to the Brazilian edition, recently launched
development factors
development factors
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Commentary on the book by Mark Koyama and Jared Rubin, where they show that institutions also…
How the world got rich – the historical origins of economic growth
How the world got rich – the historical origins of economic growth
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Commentary on the book by Mark Koyama & Jared Rubin
Material world – history of the past and future
Material world – history of the past and future
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Considerations about Ed Conway’s book
Development and politics
Development and politics
By ALEXANDRE DE FREITAS BARBOSA: Preface to the new edition of Paul Singer's book
Brand new dependency
Brand new dependency
By LUIZ GONZAGA BELLUZZO: Preface to the book by Lucas Crivelenti e Castro
Economics for social transformation
Economics for social transformation
By LUIZ MARQUES: Commentary on the recently released book by Juliane Furno and Pedro Rossi
The dispute of ideas in the current situation
The dispute of ideas in the current situation
By JOSÉ RAIMUNDO TRINDADE: Excerpt, selected by the author, from the recently published book
How China escaped shock therapy
How China escaped shock therapy
By CÉSAR LOCATELLI: Commentary on the recently released book by Isabella M. Weber
Introduction to financialization
Introduction to financialization
By LUIZ CARLOS BRESSER-PEREIRA: Preface to the recently released book by Ilan Lapyda
The Mandarins of Economics
The Mandarins of Economics
By MARIA RITA LOUREIRO: Considerations on the recently released book, organized by Adriano Codato and Mateus de Albuquerque
Economic freedom and civilizing crisis
Economic freedom and civilizing crisis
By JOSÉ MICAELSON LACERDA MORAIS: Author's introduction to the recently released book
Solidarity economy
Solidarity economy
By HELENA SINGER: Introduction to Paul Singer's Newly Released Book
Does the bourgeoisie have a choice?
Does the bourgeoisie have a choice?
By ELEUTÉRIO FS PRADO: Commentary on the book “Austerity: the story of a dangerous idea”, by Mark Blyth
a vast field
a vast field
By MARCUS MAZZARI: Commentary on the novel by Günter Grass
Short circuit. The virus and the return of the state
Short circuit. The virus and the return of the state
By AMARO FLECK: Commentary on the book by economist Laura Carvalho