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THE BRICS COUNTRIES (BRAZIL, RUSSIA, INDIA, AND CHINA) AS ANALYTICAL CATEGORY: MIRAGE OR INSIGHT?
American hegemony has passed its peak. The twentyfirst century will see a more multipolar international system. Yet Western European countries may not be the United States’ main foils in upcomingExpand
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Financial globalization and democracy in emerging markets
List of Tables List of Figures Notes on the Contributors Foreword T.J.Biersteken List of Abbreviations Introduction and Overview L.E.Armijo PART I: DEMOCRACY AND THE EVOLUTION OF GLOBAL CAPITALExpand
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“We Have a Consensus”: Explaining Political Support for Market Reforms in Latin America
Abstract By the 1990s, to the astonishment of many observers, most Latin American countries had reformed their systems of national economic governance along market lines. Many analysts of this shiftExpand
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Compared to What?
A rich and plausible academic literature has delineated reasons to believe Brazil’s democratic political institutions—including electoral rules, the political party system, federalism, and the rulesExpand
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Brazil: To Be or Not to Be a BRIC?
Brazil will gain a place as a significant player in the multipolar international system taking shape since the end of the cold war simply on the basis of its economic size and material capabilities.Expand
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Theorizing the Financial Statecraft of Emerging Powers
‘Financial statecraft’, or the intentional use of credit, investment and currency levers by the incumbent governments of creditor – and sometimes debtor – states for both international economic andExpand
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Mass democracy: The real reason that Brazil ended inflation?
Summary “Populism” and expanded democratic participation often have been painted as the enemy of sane macroeconomics. Yet Brazil’s experience suggests possibly benign implications of stable massExpand
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The emerging powers and global governance
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The systemic financial importance of emerging powers
Economic turmoil in advanced industrial economies since the 2008–9 crisis has intensified perceptions of rising global multipolarity. Several indices of the relative material capabilities ofExpand
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The Problems of Simultaneous Transitions
Leslie Elliott Arm~]o is assistant professor of political science at Northeastern University. Her research interests include the politics of national economic policy making in Latin America and Asia.Expand
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