Toward the crisis: a Kaleckian-Keynesian interpretation of the instability of growth and capital accumulation in Brazil
Eduardo Maldonado Filho,
Fernando Ferrari Filho () and
International Review of Applied Economics, 2017, vol. 31, issue 5, 608-624
This article examines theoretically and empirically the instability of Brazilian investment and growth for the past couple of decades, highlighting the evolution that led to the current crisis. A theoretical discussion highlights the importance of Kaleckian and Keynesian approaches in understanding the semi-stagnation of the Brazilian economy since the 1990s. Empirical evidence shows that investment has increased until 2013, but not to the point of getting the economy back on the track of high growth rates and higher investment-GDP ratios. The econometric findings are compatible with the theoretical underpinnings of investment activity based on Keynes and Kalecki and suggest the existence of room for activist policies in Brazil in order to stimulate economic activity.
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