Roots of Brazilian Relative Economic Backwardness

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  • Author : Alexandre Rands Barros
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 292 pages
  • ISBN : 0128097574
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Roots of Brazilian Relative Economic Backwardness

Roots of Brazilian Relative Economic Backwardness
  • Author : Alexandre Rands Barros
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 19 July 2016
GET THIS BOOK Roots of Brazilian Relative Economic Backwardness

Roots of Brazil’s Relative Economic Backwardness explains Brazil’s development level in light of modern theories regarding economic growth and international economics. It focuses on both the proximate and fundamental causes of Brazil’s slow development, turning currently dominant hypotheses upside down. To support its arguments, the book presents extensive statistical analysis of Brazilian long-term development, with some new series on per capita GDP, population ethnical composition, and human capital stock, among others. It is an important resource in

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