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The Resource Brazil in Transition : Beliefs, Leadership, and Institutional Change

Brazil in Transition : Beliefs, Leadership, and Institutional Change

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Brazil in Transition : Beliefs, Leadership, and Institutional Change
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Brazil in Transition
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Beliefs, Leadership, and Institutional Change
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Brazil in Transition : Beliefs, Leadership, and Institutional Change
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Brazil in Transition : Beliefs, Leadership, and Institutional Change
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  • Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- CONTENTS -- List of Illustrations -- List of Tables -- Preface -- Abbreviations -- Part I. An Overview of Brazil in Transition: Beliefs, Leadership, and Institutional Change -- CHAPTER 1. Introduction -- Economic Development and Critical Transitions -- Brazil: This Time for Real? -- A Sketch of the Conceptual Framework -- Analytical Narratives and Economic Development -- Road Map for the Book -- CHAPTER 2. A Conceptual Dynamic for Understanding Development -- Beliefs, Leadership, Dominant Network, and Windows of Opportunity -- Difference in Difference in Changing Beliefs -- Overview of Dominant Network, Beliefs, and Institutions in Brazil from 1964 to 2014 -- 1964-1984 -- 1985-1993 -- 1994-2014 -- Summary -- Part II. Introduction to the Case Study of Brazil, 1964-2014 -- Identifying Beliefs -- Appendix: A Primer on the Brazilian Political System -- CHAPTER 3. From Disorder to Growth and Back: The Military Regime (1964-1984) -- From Chaos to a Short Period of Order -- From Order to Unsustainable Growth -- The Miracle Fades -- Back to Disorder -- The Decline of Developmentalism -- CHAPTER 4. Transition to Democracy and the Belief in Social Inclusion (1985-1993) -- A New Belief Emerges -- The Transition to Democracy -- Codifying Beliefs: The Constitution of 1988 -- The Constitution- Making Process -- The Constitution's Delegation of Powers to the President -- Back to Uncertainty and Chaos -- Failures of the Brazilian Economic Plans before the Real -- The Collor Government: Great Hope, Huge Disappointment -- CHAPTER 5. Cardoso Seizes a Window of Opportunity (1993-2002) -- The Real Plan -- Early Institutional Deepening: Constitutional Amendments -- Coalition Management under Cardoso -- Asserting Fiscal Control over States
  • Staying the Course against the Early Opposition to the Real Plan -- Sustaining Stability in the Face of External Shocks -- Cardoso's Second Term: Combining Macro Orthodoxy with Social Inclusion -- The Reassertion of Presidential Fiscal Authority -- Conclusions -- CHAPTER 6. Deepening Beliefs and Institutional Change (2002-2014) -- The Uncertain Transition -- Continuity in Change -- Deepening the Social Contract -- Checks and Balances vs. Strong Presidential Powers -- The New Economic Matrix and Dilma's Policy Switch -- Beliefs? Really? . . . Really! -- The Messy Process of Dissipative Inclusion -- Conclusion -- Part III. A General Inductive Framework for Understanding Critical Transitions -- CHAPTER 7. A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Critical Transitions -- Understanding Critical Transitions -- How Does Our Framework Fit in the Literature? -- The Building Blocks of Our Conceptual Framework -- Windows of Opportunity -- Dominant Network -- Beliefs -- Leadership -- Institutions -- Economic and Political Outcomes -- Dynamics -- Argentina: An Illustrative Use of the Framework -- The Camelot Years: 1912-1930 -- Electoral Fraud and the Rise of Perón: 1930-1946 -- Instability Is the Rule: Oscillations between Populism and Military Rule: 1946-Present -- Concluding Remarks -- CHAPTER 8. Conclusion -- Better and Worse at the Same Time -- Assessing the Framework -- Brazil and the Critical Transition -- Afterword -- References -- Index
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