Papers 2001 to 2005

CBS-69-2005

Tânia Pellegrini
Departamento de Letras, Universidade Federal de São Carlos - UFSCar and Visiting Research Associate, Centre for Brazilian Studies

Clear Enigma: Brazilian Crime Fiction and Urban Violence

 

CBS-68-2005

Albert Fishlow, Professor of International Affairs
Director, Centre for Brazilian Studies, Colombia University and Visiting Research Associate, Centre for Brazilian Studies

Thirty Years of Combating Inflation in Brazil: From the PAEG (1964) to the Plano Real (1994)

Published in Portuguese as 'Trinta anos combatendo a inflação no Brasil: Do Paeg ao Plano Real' in Alkimar Moura (ed) Paeg e Real (FGV Editora, 2007)

 

CBS-67-2005

Sergio Paulo Rouanet
Acadamia Brasileira Letras and Machado de Assis Visiting Professor in Brazilian Literature, Centre for Brazilian Studies

Machado de Assis e a subjetividade Shandeana

Published in Riso e melancolia, Sergio Rouanet (Companhia das Letras 2007)

 

CBS-66-2005

Cristiana Barreto
Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography , Universidade de São Paulo and Research Associate, Centre for Brazilian Studies

Arte e arqueologia na Amazônia antiga

 

CBS-65-2005

Cláudio C. Beato Filho
Bráulio Figueiredo Alves and Ricardo Tavares, CRISP Study Center for Crime and Public Safety - Federal University of Minas Gerais (Cláudio Beato was also CNPq Visiting Fellow, Centre for Brazilian Studies, January - March 2005)

Crime, Police and Urban Space

 

CBS-64-2005

Karina Kuschnir, Associate Professor of Media Studies
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro and CNPq Visiting Fellow, Centre for Brazilian Studies

Antropologia da política: uma perspectiva brasileira

 

CBS-63-2005

Cristiana Barreto
Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography , Universidade de São Paulo and Research Associate, Centre for Brazilian Studies

Social Complexity and Inequality in Ancient Amerindian Societies: Perspectives from the Brazilian Lowlands

Published in Spanish as 'Caminos de la desigualdad: perspectivas desde las tierras bajas de Brasil' in Contra las Tiranías Tipológicas en Arqueología: una visión desde Suramérica, Cristóbal Gnecco and Carl Langebaek (eds.), pp.1-30 (Ediciones Uniandes, Bogotá 2006)

 

CBS-62-2005

João Cezar de Castro Rocha, Professor of Comparative Literature
Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ), and Ministry of Culture Visiting Fellow, Centre for Brazilian Studies

The "Dialectic of Marginality": Preliminary Notes on Brazilian Contemporary Culture

 

CBS-61-2005

Sandra Guardini T. Vasconcelos, Associate Professor of English Literature
Universidade de São Paulo and Visiting Research Associate, Centre for Brazilian Studies

British Contributions to the Making of the Brazilian novel

published as 'British novels in nineteenth-century Brazil' in Connecting continents: Latin America and Britain in the nineteenth century, Ross Forman and Robert Aguirre (eds.), (Rodopi, Amsterdam 2007)

 

CBS-60-2005

Miguel Carter, Assistant Professor
School of International Service, American University, Washington DC and Research Associate, Centre for Brazilian Studies

The Landless Rural Workers' Movement (MST) and Democracy in Brazil

 

CBS-59-2005

Nadya Araujo Guimarães, Professor of Sociology,
Universidade de São Paulo, Centro de Estudos da Metrópole (CEM) and Centre for Brazilian Studies

Desemprego: trajetórias, transições e percepções. Comparando mercados de trabalho sob distintos regimes de welfare (São Paulo, Paris e Tóquio)

published as 'Unemployment and occupational transition: Trajectories and perceptions' in The Unemployed and Unemployment in an International Perspective: Comparative Studies of Japan , France and Brazil, Kazutoshi Kase and Kurumi Sugita (eds.), (Tokyo, 2006), Chapter 3, pp. 42-67 also published in Revista Galega de Economia (Santiago de Compostela, 2005), 14/1-2 and Novos Estudos (São Paulo, Cebrap), 76

 

2004

CBS-58-2004

Lúcio Kowarick, Professor of Sociology
Universidade de São Paulo and Centre for Brazilian Studies

Housing and Living Conditions in the Periphery of São Paulo: an Ethnographic and Sociological Study

 

CBS-57-2004

Kathryn Hochstetler, Research Fellow in Politics
Centre for Brazilian Studies

Civil Society in Lula's Brazil

A revised and updated version of this paper will appear in Peter R. Kingstone and Timothy J. Power eds., Democratic Brazil Revisited (University of Pittsburgh Press, forthcoming)

 

CBS-56-2004

Eduardo Viola, Professor of International Relations
Universidade de Brasília

Brazil in the Politics of Global Governance and Climate Change, 1989-2003

 

CBS-55-2004

Kathryn Hochstetler, Research Fellow in Politics
Centre for Brazilian Studies and Margaret Keck, Professor of Politics, The John Hopkins University

From Pollution Control to Sustainable Cities: Urban Environmental Politics in Brazil

Published as Greening Brazil: Environmental Activism in State and Society, (Duke University Press, Durham NC, 2007)

 

CBS-54-2004

Kurt von Mettenheim
University Lecturer in Brazilian Studies, Centre for Brazilian Studies

From the Economics of Politics to the Politics of Monetary Policy in Brazil

Published in Lourdes Sola and Laurence Whitehead (eds) Statecrafting Monetary Authority (Centre for Brazilian Studies 2006)

 

CBS-53-2004

José Augusto Padua, Professor of History
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro and Centre for Brazilian Studies

Nature Conservation and Nation Building in the Thought of a Brazilian Founding Father: José Bonifácio (1763-1838)

 

CBS-52-2004

Antonio Sérgio Alfredo Guimarães, Professor of Sociology
Universidade de São Paulo and Centre for Brazilian Studies

Intelectuais negros e modernidade no Brasil

 

CBS-51-2004

Tulio Kahn, Director, Planning and Analysis Division
Secretaria de Segurança Pública, São Paulo

Segurança pública e trabalho policial no Brasil

 

CBS-50-2004

Rogério B. Arantes, Chair, Department of Politics
Universidade Católica de São Paulo

The Brazilian "Ministério Publico" and Political Corruption in Brazil

 

CBS-49-2004

Lilia Moritz Schwarcz, Professor of the Department of Anthropology
Universidade de São Paulo and Centre for Brazilian Studies

A natureza como paisagem e como emblema da nação: uma reflexão sobre arte neoclássica no Brasil do século XIX e acerca da produção de Nicolas Taunay

 

CBS-48-2004

Marcos Rolim
Ford Foundation Visiting Research Fellow in Human Rights, Centre for Brazilian Studies

Prisão e Ideologia: limites e possibilidades para a reforma prisional no Brasil

 

2003

CBS-47-2003

Lilia Moritz Schwarcz, Professor of the Department of Anthropology
Universidade de São Paulo and Centre for Brazilian Studies

Not Black, Not White: Just the Opposite. Culture, Race and National Identity in Brazil

 

CBS-46-2003

Fiona Macaulay, Lecturer in Political Sociology
Institute of Latin American Studies, University of London and Centre for Brazilian Studies, University of Oxford

Sexual Politics, Party Politics: the PT Government's Policies on Gender Equity and Equality

Published in Spanish as 'La política de género en el gobierno del PT' in América Latina de Hoy (Revista de Ciencias Sociales) 37, 2004, pp.101-20

 

CBS-45-2003

Jurandir Malerba
Centre for Brazilian Studies and Pesquisador Associado ao Instituto Histórico e Geográfico Brasileiro

Esboço crítico da recente historiografia sobre independência do Brasil (desde c.1980)

Published as Malerba, Jurandir. 'Esboço crítico da recente Historiografia sobre a Independência do Brasil (c. 1980-2002)'. In Malerba, J. (org.), A Independência brasileira: novas dimensões. (Rio de Janeiro: Fundação Getúlio Vargas, 2006)

and

Malerba, Jurandir. 'Esbozo crítico de la recente Historiografía de la Independencia del Brasil (c. 1980-2002)'. In Jorge Enrique González (coordinador), Nación y nacionalismo en América Latina. (Buenos Aires: CLACSO; Bogotá: Universidad Nacional de Colombia, 2006)

 

CBS-44-2003

Lia Valls Pereira
Fundação Getúlio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro

A agenda brasileira de crescimento das exportações: principais questões

 

CBS-43--2003

Miguel Carter
Centre for Brazilian Studies

The Origins of Brazil's Landless Rural Workers' Movement (MST): the Natalino Episode in Rio Grande do Sul (1981-84). A case of Ideal Interest Mobilization

 

CBS-42-2003

Jorge Saba Arbache
Universidade de Brasília and João Alberto de Negri, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada (IPEA), Rio de Janeiro

The Determinants of Brazilian Manufacturing Exports

 

CBS-41-2003

Simon Schwartzman
Academia Brasileira de Ciências and Centre for Brazilian Studies

Globalization, Poverty, and Social Inequity in Brazil

Published as 'Brazil: globalization, poverty and social inequity' in Joseph S. Tulchin and Gary Bland, editors, Getting Globalization right - the dilemmas of inequality, (Boulder Co: Lynne Rienner Publishers Inc., 2005), pp. 125-155

 

CBS-40-2003

Mahrukh Doctor
Centre for Brazilian Studies

The Interplay of States & Markets: The Role of Business-State Relations in Attracting Investment to the Automotive Industry in Brazil

Published as 'Boosting investment and growth: the role of social pacts in the Brazilian automotive industry', Oxford Development Studies, vol 35 (1), March 2007, pp. 105-130

 

CBS-39-2003

Elide Oliver
University of California Santa Barbara and Centre for Brazilian Studies

Some Observations on the Treatment of Individual Consciousness and Darwinisticism in Machado de Assis

 

CBS-38-2003

Simon Schwartzman
Academia Brasileira de Ciências and Centre for Brazilian Studies

The Challenges of Education in Brazil

Published as The Challenges of Education in Brazil eds. Colin Brock and Simon Schwartzman. Oxford Studies in Comparative Education. Series Editor, David Phillips, (Oxford, Symposium Books, 2004)

and

Os desafios da Educação no Brasil. Organização de Colin Brock e Simon Schwartzman, (Rio de Janeiro, Editora Nova Fronteira, 2005)

 

CBS-37-2003

Leslie Bethell
Centre for Brazilian Studies

The British Contribution to the Study of Brazil

Published in Portuguese as: 'A contribuição británico para estudo do Brasil' in Rubens Antonio Barbosa, Marshall C. Eakin and Paulo Roberto de Almeida (eds.) O Brasil dos Brasilianistas. Um guia dos estudos sobre o Brasil nos Estados Unidos 1945-2000, (São Paulo, Editora Paz e Terra, 2002)

 

2002

cbs-36a-2002

Carlos Eduardo Frickmann Young
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro and Centre for Brazilian Studies

Environmental Regulations and competitiveness in Brazilian industry, with special reference to the energy sector.

 

CBS-36-2002

Carlos Eduardo Frickmann Young
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro and Centre for Brazilian Studies

Is Deforestation a Solution for Economic Growth in Rural Areas? Evidence from the Brazilian Mata Atlântica

 

CBS-35-2002

Regis Bonelli
Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada (IPEA), Rio de Janeiro and Centre for Brazilian Studies

Productivity Change in Brazil during the 1990s

CBS-34-2002

Flora Sussekind
Casa Rui Barbosa, Rio de Janeiro and Centre for Brazilian Studies

Deterritorialization and Literary Form: Brazilian Contemporary Literature and Urban Experience

 

CBS-33-2002

Fiona Macaulay
Centre for Brazilian Studies

Problems of Police Oversight in Brazil

 

CBS-32-2002

Louise Guenther
Centre for Brazilian Studies

The British Community of 19th Century Bahia: Public and Private Lives

 

CBS-31-2002

Fiona Macaulay
Centre for Brazilian Studies

Political and Institutional Challenges of Reforming the Brazilian Prison System

Published (in modified form) as: 'Política carcerária e prisões' in Liana de Paula and Renato Sérgio de Lima (eds) Segurança pública e violência [Public Security and Violence], (Editora Contexto, São Paulo, 2006)

CBS-30-2002

Armando Castelar Pinheiro
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro and Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econômico e Social (BNDES), Rio de Janeiro

The Brazilian Privatization Experience: What's Next?

 

CBS-29-2002

Timothy J. Power
Florida International University and Centre for Brazilian Studies
Mahrukh Doctor
Centre for Brazilian Studies

The Resilience of Corporatism: Continuity and Change in Brazilian Corporatist Structures

Published as 'Another Century of Corporatism? Continuity and Change in Brazilian Corporatist Structures' in Howard J. Wiarda, ed., Authoritarianism and Corporatism in Latin America, Revisited (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2004) pp. 218-241

 

CBS-28-2002

Luiz Fernando de Paula
Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro and Centre for Brazilian Studies

Expansion Strategies of European Banks to Brazil and their Impacts on the Brazilian Banking Sector

CBS-27-2002

Carlos Pereira
Centre for Brazilian Studies

Institutional Conditions for Presidential Success in the Legislative Arena: The Electoral Connection in Brazilian Politics

 

CBS-26-2002

Jairo Nicolau
Instituto Universitário de Pesquisas do Rio de Janeiro (IUPERJ) and Centre for Brazilian Studies

A Participação Eleitoral no Brasil

 

CBS-25-2002

Ann Bartholomew
Centre for Brazilian Studies

Trade Creation and Trade Diversion: The Welfare Impact of MERCOSUR on Argentina and Brazil

 

2001

CBS-24-2001

Guilherme Conduru
Brazilian Embassy, London and Centre for Brazilian Studies

The Robore Agreements (1958): A Case Study of Foreign Policy Decisionmaking Process in the Kubitschek Administration

 

CBS-23-2001

Fernando Ferrari
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul and Centre for Brazilian Studies

Monetary Union in Mercosur? A Keynesian Alternative Proposal

Revised and published as 'Why does it not make sense to create a monetary union in MERCOSUR? A Keynesian alternative proposal' Journal of Post Keynesian Economics Winter 2001-2002, vol. 24, no. 2 pp. 235-52

 

CBS-22-2001

Clóvis Cavalcanti
Fundação Joaquim Nabuco, Recife and Centre for Brazilian Studies

Economic Thinking, Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Ethnoeconomics

Published as 'Economic Thinking, Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Ethnoeconomics (Current Sociology) Jan 2002, Vol. 50(1), pp. 31-47.

 

CBS-21-2001

Luiza Lobo
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro and Centre for Brazilian Studies

Richard Rorty e a importância do pós-moderno no contexto cultural brasileiro

 

CBS-20-2001

Mahrukh Doctor
Centre for Brazilian Studies

Business and Delays in Port Reform: Institutional Obstacles and Collective Action Problems

Revised and published as 'Business and Delays in Port Reform in Brazil' Revista de Economia Politica - Brazilian Journal of Political Economy 22(2), April 2002: pp. 79-101.

 

CBS-19-2001

José Murilo de Carvalho
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro and Centre for Brazilian Studies

Paulino José Soares de Sousa, Visconde do Uruguai - between Guizot and Tocqueville: the Dilemma of a 19th Century Brazilian Conservative

Revised and published as 'Entre a autoridade e a liberdade' in José Murilo de Carvalho (org.) Visconde do Uruguai (São Paulo, Editora 34, 2002) pp. 11-47

 

CBS-18-2001

Fernando J. Cardim de Carvalho
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

The Recent Expansion of Foreign Banks in Brazil: First Results

Published as 'The recent expansion of foreign banks in Brazil: first results' Latin American Business Review, vol. 3, n. 4, pp. 93-119, (2002)

 

CBS-17-2001

Andrea Goldstein
OECD Development Centre, Paris

From National Champion to Global Player: Explaining the Success of EMBRAER

Published as 'EMBRAER: from national champion to global player' in CEPAL Review 77 (2002)

 

CBS-16-2001

Carlos Pereira
Centre for Brazilian Studies
Lucio Rennó
University of Pittsburgh

Successful Strategies for Reelection: Local and National Political-Institutional Dynamics in the 1998 Elections for the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies

Published in Portuguese as 'O que e que o reeleito tem? Dinâmicas político-institutionais locais e nacionais nas eleições de 1998 para a Câmara dos Deputados'

 

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