[OPE-L:6266] Brazilian political-economic debates?

From: glevy@pratt.edu
Date: Tue Jan 08 2002 - 08:53:19 EST

Alfredo wrote in [6263]:
> The analysis of money, credit and inflation, in the final chapter, > is an  application of the principles developed elsewhere in the 
> book. Hopefully the principles explained there *can* help us 
> analyse inflation and  stabilisation in Argentina (although I 
> haven't done this; my own work focuses on Brazil - but this is not
> included in the book).

Perhaps you (or other subscribers from Brazil) can report on some of
the current subjects being discussed in Brazil by Marxian and heterodox political economists?  What are some of the 'hot' theoretical and policy questions being debated?

In solidarity, Jerry

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