Hosted by the Centre of Studies on New Developmentalism of the Sao Paulo School of Economics – Getulio Vargas Foundation – Sao Paulo, Brazil
August 04th – August 05th, 2017
CALL FOR PAPERS AND ATTENDANCE
The Centre of Studies for New Developmentalism of the São Paulo School of Economics of Getulio Vargas Foundation is pleased to invite interested candidates in participating in the 2nd New Developmentalism’s Workshop – Theory and Policies for Developing Countries –, which will be held in São Paulo, Brazil, from 04 to 05 of August 2017.
You are invited either to present a paper and participate in a panel, or just to be an attendant.
The workshop will have a mini-course on new developmentalism comparing it with classical developmentalism (development economics) as well as with post-Keynesian macroeconomics – the two school of thoughts from which new developmentalism originates.
Lecturers and keynote speakers
§ Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira: Eméritus Professor of FGV. Former Finance Minister of Brazil; former Minister of Federal Administrations and State Reform; former Minister of Science and Techonology; Eméritus Researcher of National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPQ).
§ Nelson Barbosa: Professor of EESP-FGV and UNB (University of Brasilia). Former Planning Minister of Brazil; and former Finance Minister of Brazil.
§ Nelson Marconi: Professor of EESP-FGV; President of Brazilian Keynesian Association.
§ Jose Luis Oreiro: Professor of UNB (University of Brasilia).
§ Heiner Flassbeck: Honorary Professor of Hamburg University. Former State Secretary in the German Federal Ministry of Finance, former Chief of macroeconomis and development of the UNCTAD;
§ Celso Amorim: Embassador. Former Minister of Foreign Affairs and former Minister of Defende of Brazil;
– For the panelists, the deadline to submit abstracts is April 15, 2017.
– For the attendants only, the deadline for enrollment will be July 21, 2017.
– Notification of acceptance for panelists will be send no later than April 25,2017
(extended until May 4 due to large number of submissions).
Registration and documents
FOR PANELISTS: The candidates of panelists should submit an abstract dealing with the economic, or political economy themes associated to new developmentalism. It should reach a maximum size of 500 words plus the references that will be probably used. It should be sent in pdf format and must contain name, filiation, and title of the article. Final papers should be send no later than July 9.
– The best articles could be invited to be published in the Brazilian Journal of Policital Economy.
FOR ALL: All applicants shall add a short (one page) curriculum vitae, containing maximum academic degree, the institution of maximum academic degree and research interests and most relevant publications (not mandatory).
Submissions should be sent to organizers in email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
– The Centre will provide 3 nights of hotel for the panelists.
– The Centre will provide lunch and coffee break for all participants.
There will be a symbolic registration fee of US$40.00 or R$130,00 for all.
Panelists and participants will receive a certificate.
The Hotel Paulista Wall Street (5 minutes away from the conference place) offer special tariffs for the participants (please inform you are enrolled in the Workshop for special rates).
If you need a invitation letter, please let us know.
(Subject to minor changes)
First day – Lectures
09:00 – 09:50 – New Developmental Political Economy (Professor Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira)
09:50 – 10:10 – Coffee break
10:10 – 12:00 – KEYNOTE SPEAKER – FORMER MINISTER CELSO AMORIM
12:00 – 13:30 – Lunch with lecturers and participants
13:50 – 14:40 – Developmental Macroeconomics (Professor Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira)
14:40 – 15:30 – A new-developmental proposal for Brazil (Professor José Luis Oreiro)
15:30 – 16:20 – The industrial equilibrium index (Professor Nelson Marconi)
16:20 – 16:40 – Coffee break
16:40 – 17:30 – Developmental Macroeconomics II (Professor Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira)
17:30 – 18:30 – Development policies for developing countries (Professor Nelson Barbosa)
Second day – Discussion of papers
09:00 – 11:30 – First round table for presentation of papers and debates (Room 1 – 4th floor)
Ø INDUSTRIAL EQUILIBRIUM EXCHANGE RATE IN COLOMBIA 1991-2014
§ Gonzalo Combita Mora; Carlos Gabriel Vergara Espitia – Universidad de la Salle Bogotá
Ø SOME LIMITS OF THE NEO-DEVELOPMENTALIST APPROACH TO THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE EXCHANGE RATE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
§ Ariel Dvoskin; Germán David Feldman; Guido Ianni – CONICET – CEED/IDAES
Ø FINANCIALIZATION AND EXCHANGE RATES OF EMERGING MARKET ECONOMIES
§ Raquel Ramos – Unicamp and CEPN
Ø ECONOMIC POLICIES TO MANAGE REAL EXCHANGE RATE LEVEL: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE
§ Lúcio Barbosa; Frederico G. Jayme Jr.; Fabrício Missio – CEDEPLAR
09:00 – 11:30 – Second round table for presentation of papers and debates (Room 2 – 4th floor)
Ø FINANCIAL FRAGILITY AS A NEW PHASE OF GLOBAL IMBALANCE AND FINANCIALIZATION
§ Tsuyoshi Yasuhara – Nazan University
Ø USING GEOPOLITICS TO IDENTIFY CAUSAL EFFECT OF AID ON GROWTH
§ Sultan Mehmood – University of Paris-Dauphine
Ø THE RISE AND FALL OF BRAZILIAN ECONOMY (2004-2015): THE ECONOMIC ANTIMIRACLE
§ Fernando Rugitsky – FEA/USP
Ø HOW BRAZIL’S “BOOM” WENT TO “BUST”?
§ Felipe Rezende – Hobart and William Smith Colleges
12:00 – 13:00 – Lunch with lecturers and participants
13:00 – 15:00
KEYNOTE SPEAKER – Prof. HEINER FLASSBECK
15:00 – 17:30 – Third round table for presentation of papers and debates (Room 1 – 4th floor)
Ø UNDERDEVELOPMENT IN CONTEMPORARY WORLD: IS STRUCTURALISM STILL RELEVANT?
§ Ademir Vilaça – SUDENE
Ø A NEO-KALECKIAN-RANGELIAN APPROACH FOR THE BRAZILIAN ECONOMY BETWEEN 2012 AND 2015
§ Hugo Carcanholo Iasco Pereira; Fabrício José Missio – Cedeplar
Ø FINANCIAL SYSTEM POLICIES AND NEW DEVELOPMENTALISM
§ Eliezer de Lima Lopes – UNICAMP
Ø THE BRAZILIAN PRODUCTIVE SPECIALIZATION PATTERN AND GROWTH DYNAMICS FROM A MACRO-STRUCTURALIST PERSPECTIVE
§ Roberto Alexandre Zanchetta Borghi – UNICAMP
Ø NEW DEVELOPMENTALISM AS A GROWTH STRATEGY: THE CASE STUDY OF INDIAN STATE POST-2000
§ Ravi Kant Tripathi – Université Paris 13
15:00 – 17:30 – Fourth round table for presentation of papers and debates (Room 2 – 4th floor)
Ø INNOVATION AS A STRATEGIC TOOL FOR DEVELOPMENT
§ Pedro Quaresma de Araujo – BNDES
Ø UNEMPLOYMENT, INEFFICIENCY AND TECHNICAL CHANGE IN THE ECONOMIC GROWTH
§ Fernando Garcia de Freitas; Jorge Oliveira Pires; Ana Lelia Magnabosco – National Services Confederation of Brazil and EESP – FGV
Ø THE RESOURCE CURSE RELOADED: REVISITING THE DUTCH DISEASE WITH ECONOMIC COMPLEXITY ANALYSIS
§ Paulo Gala; Jehan Camargo; Guilherme Magacho – EESP –FGV; UFSCAR; FACAMP
Ø THE STRUCTURAL CONSTRAINTS OF INCOME INEQUALITY IN LATIN AMERICA
§ Domink Hartmann; Cristian Jara-Figueroa; Miguel Guevara; Alex Simoes; César A. Hidalgo – MIT media Lab; University of Hohendeim; Universidad de Playa Ancha; Datawheel.
Ø REAL EXCHANGE RATE AND ECONOMIC COMPLEXITY IN A NORTH-SOUTH STRUCTURALIST BoPG MODEL
§ Luciano F. Gabriel; Fabricio J. Missio – UFV and CEDEPLAR
17:30 – 17:50 – Closing session
2ND NEW DEVELOPMENTALISM’S WORKSHOP BOARD
LUIZ CARLOS BRESSER PEREIRA (FGV)
NELSON MARCONI (FGV)
LUCAS JOSÉ DIB (FGV)