The objective of the proposed book is to provide a thorough historical, statistical, and institutional description of the Brazilian economy along with a most recent account of what is presently going on in Brazil and the type of economy from which Brazil is emerging. The topics addressed in this book will increase the reader's awareness of the institutional economic and cultural forces that shape the dynamism of the Brazilian economy today and will continue to do so for the years to come.
Some of the questions that this book will address are: How did the Brazilian economy evolve into what it is today? How does the Brazilian economy affect the developing and industrialized countries and why should the present state of the Brazilian economy be of any interest or concern to the rest of the world?
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How is the Brazilian banking sector evolving and what role do private banks and finance play in this change? However, the role of governments is still often mentioned in development economics, especially in the recent discussion on the Chinese model or the East Asian model, which is quite different from the Western one.
We will also try to analyze the catching-up strategy employed by China, from the perspective of public economics. That is, by copying the structure of public goods in the West, the governments of China and East Asian economies provided a suitable condition to the market economic development, even if there is no negotiation mechanism between the government and economic entities.
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Despite being considered a hot topic in the theory of modern economic development, there is no consensus on the definition of industrialization in related literatures. Modern China is a paradigmatic example of an extremely controlled financial system, which has led to the development of an informal and distorted private finance sector.
In recent years, researchers have begun to discuss the necessity of private finance in China. Although private financial institutions have benefited from a slight and gradual relaxation in regulation, private finance is mostly still informal or underground.
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Throughout the country, private business and free enterprise were not allowed to exist. After the end of the Cultural Revolution in , Deng Xiaoping and the new Chinese leadership began the reformation of the economy, moving to a market-oriented mixed economy under one-party rule.
Economists now characterize the Chinese economy as a market economy, sheltered under state capitalism. With the rapid increase of enrollment in elementary and higher education, there is an expectation of exceptional prospects for China in the future. Basic education plays an important part in regional development and construction.
In the past decade, China has grown rapidly.
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