Working Paper CEsA nº 196/2023 analyses the economic situation in Brazil from a perspective called “primacy for accommodation”
CEsA has published the Working Paper n. 196/2023, entitled “The Primacy for the Accomodation of the Brazilian Economy: A theoretical-methodological analysis”, in English, authored by Marcelo José Moreira, CEsA researcher and professor of the Universidade Estadual de Goiás (Brazil). This paper intends, from a conceptual reflection, to analyze the Brazilian economic situation, from what the author calls the “primacy for the accommodation of the Brazilian economy”.
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The capitalist economy is immersed in generalized inertia. A movement of slow accumulation, low investment, limited growth rates, but with a high level of profit, and which is due to intense pressure on the levels of existing inequalities, combining worldwide restructuring of the generation of wealth and income to a pattern of reproduction of the labor force at the level of its limited maintenance. This inertia occurs, above all, from the financial-productive crisis of the first decade of the 2000s. Brazil is no stranger to this inertia and its developments. Therefore, this paper intends, from a conceptual reflection, to analyze the national economic conjuncture, from what I call the structure and primacy for the accommodation of the Brazilian economy.
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