This edited collection provides a thorough historical, statistical, and institutional description of the current Brazilian economy and the previous economic structure from which it is emerging. The contributions explore the institutional economic and cultural forces shaping the current development of the Brazilian economy and discuss how they will influence future progress. Together, the chapters form a picture of the international implications of Brazil's emergence as a major world economic power. Topics covered include the growth and shrinkage of industry, the consumption boom and the financial crisis, sustainable financial growth and public debt management, the evolution of antitrust policy and the privatization of state-owned firms, and more. Academics and researchers of BRICS countries and Latin American and Caribbean studies will find these contributions a valuable addition to their research. von Grivoyannis, Elias C.
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Elias C. Grivoyannis is Associate Professor of Economics at Yeshiva University, USA. He has also taught at New York University, Columbia University Barnard College, and the City University of New York. He is the author of Current Issues of Monetary Policy in the United States and Japan, coauthor of Health Care Systems in Japan and the United States, and editor of The New Chinese Economy. Contributors Daví José Nardy Antunes, University of Campinas, BrazilEduardo F. Bastian, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, BrazilCleomar Gomes da Silva, Federal University of Uberlândia, Brazil Tarciso Gouveia da Silva, PETROS-Fundação Petrobras de Seguridade Social, BrazilAndré Roncaglia de Carvalho, University of São Paulo, BrazilGermano Mendes de Paula, Federal University of Uberlandia, BrazilCarmem Feijo, Fluminense Federal University, BrazilFabio Gallo Garcia, Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, Brazil Margarida Gutierrez, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, BrazilMarcos Tostes Lamonica, Fluminense Federal University, BrazilViviane Luporini, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, BrazilAndré de Melo Modenesi, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Rui Lyrio Modenesi, Fluminense Federal University, BrazilLuiz Pinto, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, BrazilManoel Carlos de Castro Pires, Institute of Applied Economic Research, BrazilMarcos Jorge Teixeira Reis, National Institute of Higher Studies, EquadorEnrico Spini Romanielo, Mundie e Advogados, BrazilFabio de Silos Sá-Earp, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, BrazilJoelson Oliveira Sampaio, Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, BrazilDanilo Spinola, University of Campinas, BrazilFabio Henrique Bittes Terra, Federal University of Uberlândia, Brazil