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A Crise Portuguesa é Anterior à Crise Internacional

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  • João Sousa Andrade


    (GEMF / Faculty opf Economics, University of Coimbra)

Por razões de natureza política, sem fundamentação económica, a atual crise que se vive em Portugal é apontada como tendo por causa exclusiva a crise financeira internacional. Aos argumentos de responsabilização externa juntam-se, por vezes, os argumentos, também de natureza política, de responsabilização do “governo anterior”. Pretendo com este texto chamar a atenção que o desencadear da atual crise portuguesa foi potenciado pelo aparecimento da crise financeira internacional, mas que os genes da nossa crise residiam na nossa economia e resultaram duma sucessão de más políticas. Sem uma reavaliação das políticas passadas, que nos foram afastando das economias europeias e nos conduziram à atual situação não estaremos em condições de encarar o futuro.

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Paper provided by GEMF, Faculty of Economics, University of Coimbra in its series GEMF Working Papers with number 2014-02.

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Length: 22 pages
Date of creation: Dec 2013
Handle: RePEc:gmf:wpaper:2014-02.
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