The Neoliberal Agrarian Model in Brazil

  • João Pedro Stedile
Keywords: Political Economy

Abstract

Since Fernando Collor's 1989 presidential victory, and most notably since Fernando Henrique Cardoso's two terms in office (1995-98 and 1999-2002, respectively), economic policies have been enacted in Brazil that represent a subordinate alliance of the country's dominant classes with international capital. Unfortunately, under President Lula these same sectors have remained in control, and economic policy caters to their interests
Published
2007-02-07
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