- Title Pages
Chapter 2A Conceptual Dynamic for Understanding Development
Part IIIntroduction to the Case Study of Brazil, 1964–2014
Chapter 3From Disorder to Growth and Back: The Military Regime (1964–1984)
Chapter 4Transition to Democracy and the Belief in Social Inclusion (1985–1993)
Chapter 5Cardoso Seizes a Window of Opportunity (1993–2002)
Chapter 6Deepening Beliefs and Institutional Change (2002–2014)
Chapter 7A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Critical Transitions
- The Princeton Economic History of The Western World
- Brazil in Transition
- Joel Mokyr
- Princeton University Press
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