List of Tables and Figures; Introduction - Renato Boschi and Carlos Henrique Santana; PART I DEVELOPMENT, MACROECONOMIC POLICIES AND VARIETIES OF CAPITALISM; Chapter 1. Postsocialist States in the System of Global Capitalism: A Comparative Perspective - David Lane; Chapter 2. Politics and Development: Lessons from Latin America - Renato Boschi and Flavio Gaitan; Chapter 3. Managing the Faustian Bargain: Monetary Autonomy in the Pursuit of Development in Eastern Europe and Latin America - Joseph Nathan Cohen; Chapter 4. Development and Dependency, Developmentalism and Alternatives - Jose Mauricio Domingues; PART II POLITICAL CULTURE, IDENTITY POLITICS AND POLITICAL CONTENTION; Chapter 5. Indigenous Movements in Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru - Xavier Albo; Chapter 6. Path Dependence versus Adaptation in Estonian Ethnopolitics - Raivo Vetik; Chapter 7. Integration Parliaments in Europe and Latin America: Explaining Variations - Juliana Erthal; PART III IDEAS AND THE ROLE OF ELITES AND ADVOCACY NETWORKS: TRANSLATING AND LEGITIMATING THE FRONTIERS OF INSTITUTIONAL REFORMS; Chapter 8. Marketing Professional Expertise by (Re)Inventing States: Professional Rivalries between Lawyers and Economists as Hegemonic Strategies in the International Market for the Reproduction of National State Elites - Yves Dezalay and Bryant Garth; Chapter 9. Identity, Policy Preferences and the Perception of the European Integration Process among the Hungarian Elites - Gyorgy Lengyel and Borbala Goncz; Chapter 10. Critical Junctures, Institutional Legacies and Epistemic Communities: A Development Agenda in Brazil - Carlos Henrique Santana; PART IV ECONOMIC REFORMS, PUBLIC POLICIES AND DEVELOPMENT; Chapter 11. Development and Citizenship in the Semi-periphery: Reflecting on the Brazilian Experience - Krista Lillemets; Chapter 12. The Periphery Paradox in Innovation Policy: Latin America and Eastern Europe Compared - Rainer Kattel and Annalisa Primi; Chapter 13. The Lula Government and the Social Democratic Experience in Brazil - Fabiano Santos
A fresh and unprecedented collection of articles focusing on comparative analysis of development trajectories in the semi-periphery countries of South America and Central and Eastern Europe.
Renato Boschi holds a PhD in political science from the University of Michigan, and is currently Full Professor in Political Science at the Institute of Social and Political Studies, IESP-UERJ. Carlos Henrique Santana holds a PhD in political science from the Institute of Social and Political Studies, IESP-UERJ, was formerly Assistant Professor in Political Science at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), and is currently a researcher at the International Celso Furtado Center for Development Policies and at the NEIC-IESP.