De-Industrialization: concept, causes, effects and the Brazilian case
José Luís Oreiro () and
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy, 2010, vol. 30, issue 2, 219-232
This article aims to do a theoretical discussion about the term “de-industrialization” and its relationship with other concepts as “primarization” of exports and “Dutch disease”. After that we will analyze the possible causes and effects of “de-industrialization”. Finally, we analyze the Brazilian case, with a special attention over the economic literature about this issue. JEL Classification: L6; O14; O54.
Keywords: structural change; industry; real exchange rate (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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