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Desenvolvimento econômico e revolução capitalista


  • Pereira, Luiz C. Bresser


Desenvolvimento Econômico ou Crescimento Econômico Só Pode ser Compreendido a Partir de uma Perspectiva Histórica como o Processo de Acumulação de Capital Personificando o Progresso Tecnológico que Melhora os Padrões de Vida. Definido Nestes Termos o Desenvolvimento Econômico é um Processo Histórico e Econômico que é Parte da Revolução Capitalista. o Desenvolvimento Econômico, Assim como as Nações, o Estado Moderno e os Estados-Nação são Resultado Desta Mudança Estrutural Tectônica, que foi Formada por Três Sub-Revoluções a Revolução Comercial, a Nacional e a Industrial. de Acordo com Essa Perspectiva, Poderemos Distinguir Quatro Modelos ou Padrões Históricos de Desenvolvimento, Dois Referentes Aos Países Hoje Ricos (Desenvolvimento Original e Desenvolvimento Atrasado), e Dois Aos Países em Desenvolvimento (Desenvolvimento Autônomo e Desenvolvimento Nacional-Dependente), Tendo como Exemplos, Respectivamente, a Inglaterra, a Alemanha, a China e o Brasil.

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  • Pereira, Luiz C. Bresser, 2008. "Desenvolvimento econômico e revolução capitalista," Textos para discussão 170, FGV/EESP - Escola de Economia de São Paulo, Getulio Vargas Foundation (Brazil).
  • Handle: RePEc:fgv:eesptd:170

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