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The Brazilian Economy in Transition: Macroeconomic Policy, Labor and Inequality

September 2014, Mark Weisbrot, Jake Johnston, and Stephan Lefebvre

Latin American Growth in the 21st Century: The 'Commodities Boom' That Wasn't

May 2014, David Rosnick and Mark Weisbrot

Decreasing Inequality Under Latin America’s “Social Democratic” and “Populist” Governments: Is the Difference Real?

October 2011, Juan A. Montecino

Macroeconomic Policy, Growth and Income Distribution in the Brazilian Economy in the 2000s
June 2011, Franklin Serrano and Ricardo Summa

The Scorecard on Development, 1960-2010: Closing the Gap?

April 2011, Mark Weisbrot and Rebecca Ray

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The Americas Blog

The Police and the Massacre of Afro-Brazilian Youth

“Dilma’s loss would be a loss for the world’s working class”: An Interview with Luis Gonzaga “Gegê” da Silva

How Many Extra Votes Does Brazilian Opposition Candidate Aécio Neves Get from Media Bias?

Marina and Dilma: Different Visions for the Brazilian Economy

Police Violence and Forced Evictions in São Paulo: An Interview with Benedito “Dito” Barbosa

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Latin America Data Bytes

Brazil: Job Market Swings Back Toward Industry
April 27, 2012 (Latin America Data Byte)

Brazil: GDP Slows, Weighed Down by Falling Manufacturing
March 6, 2012 (Latin America Data Byte)

Brazil: Record-Low Unemployment But Jobs Picture Mixed

January 27, 2012 (Latin America Data Byte)

Brazil: GDP Growth Slows amid Surging Imports and Flat Manufacturing
September 30, 2011 (Latin America Data Byte)

Brazil: Employment Up, Earnings Down
July 14, 2011 (Latin America Data Byte)

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Op-Eds & Columns

Investing in Agriculture in Developing Countries: the Whole World Says Yes, but the WTO Says No

Deborah James
AlterNet, March 31, 2015

Escaping Economic Orthodoxy in Latin America

An Interview with Ha-Joon Chang by Dan Beeton
NACLA, March 4, 2015

President Obama’s New Policy on Cuba Could Be a Good Start

Mark Weisbrot
Arizona Sunday Star, December 28, 2014

Economic Issues Could be Decisive in Brazilian Presidential Election

Mark Weisbrot
October 24, 2014, The Hill
Folha De S. Paulo

Why Dilma Rousseff Could Win Brazil’s Presidential Election

Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, October 2, 2014

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Work In Brazil: A Comparative Perspective

The Impact of the BRICS’ Contingent Reserve Arrangement (CRA) and the New Development Bank (NDB)

BRICS Bank: A Challenge to Bretton Woods or More of the Same?

Obama in Latin America: The U.S. Response to the Region’s Leftward Shift

Venezuela after Chávez

Latin America in the Obama Years: U.S. Intervention, Policy and Progress

"South of the Border" Screening at Silverdocs Film Festival

"South of the Border" Press Conference with Oliver Stone, Mark Weisbrot and Tariq Ali

Press Releases

Dilma’s Electoral Victory in Brazil Should Be No Surprise after Economic and Social Gains under PT Governments, CEPR Co-Director Says

October 26, 2014

New Paper Finds No Evidence that Latin America’s Economic Growth Rebound Results from a “Commodities Boom”

May 21, 2014

New CEPR Paper Casts Doubt on Claims that Latin American "Social Democratic" Governments Have Done Better on Inequality than "Populist" Ones
October 27, 2011

Appointment of Stanley Fischer to Head the IMF Would "Institutionalize Lack of Accountability," CEPR Co-Director Says
June 13, 2011

Brazilian Macroeconomic Policy Needs New Debate, Says CEPR Paper
June 2, 2011

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