Celso Furtado

Celso Monteiro Furtado (July 26, 1920 – November 20, 2004) was an important Brazilian economist and one of the most distinguished intellectuals of his country during the 20th century. His work focuses on development and underdevelopment and on the persistence of poverty in peripheral countries throughout the world. He is viewed, along with Raúl Prebisch, as one of the main formulators of economic structuralism, an economics school that is largely identified with CEPAL, which achieved prominence in Latin America and other developing regions during the 1960s and 1970s and sought to stimulate economic development through governmental intervention, largely inspired on the views of John Maynard Keynes. As a politician, Furtado was appointed Minister of Planning (Goulart government) and Minister of Culture (Sarney government). Provided by Wikipedia
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El capitalismo global
Biblioteca Mayor
by Furtado, Celso
Published 2001
Book
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by Furtado, Celso
Published 1965
Book
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by Furtado, Celso
Published 1965
Book
4
by Furtado, Celso
Published 1971
Book
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Desarrollo y subdesarrollo
Facultad de Arquitectura, Urbanismo y Diseño
Book
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Desarrollo y subdesarrollo
Facultad de Arquitectura, Urbanismo y Diseño
Book
7
Subdesarrollo y estancamiento en América Latina
Facultad de Arquitectura, Urbanismo y Diseño
Book
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by Furtado, Celso
Published 1969
Book
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Desarrollo I.
Cs. Exactas (Centro)
Book Chapter
10
by Furtado, Celso
Published 1972
Book
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Article
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Desarrollo y subdesarrollo
Derecho y Cs. Sociales
by Furtado, Celso
Published 1965
Book
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by Furtado, Celso
Published 1966
Book
14
by Furtado, Celso
Published 1982
Book
15
by Furtado, Celso
Published 1992
Book
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by Furtado, Celso
Published 1968
Book
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by Furtado, Celso
Published 1993
Book
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by Furtado, Celso
Published 1964
Book
19
by Furtado, Celso
Published 2000
Book
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El nuevo capitalismo
Cs. Económicas
Book
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