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China: reflections on the entrepreneurial state and socialism

july 28th 2021

Classical economic theories are not able to conceptualize China's economic model nor the growth it has witnessed over the last decades. In this debate, Leonardo Burlamaqui will share his view of Schumpeter's contributions to a theory of the state as an entrepreneur, his conception of socialism, and its current relevance to understanding China's hybrid economic model.
In this reflection, the panel will examine how the policies proposed by U.S. President Joe Biden help examine the role of the state for economic development and how this understanding is reflected in Brazil's current challenges.

Date:

july 28th 2021

Location:

Online Event

Time:

11 am to 12:15 pm (BRT - Brasilia)

Language:

Portuguese only

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Classical economic theories are not able to conceptualize China's economic model nor the growth it has witnessed over the last decades. In this debate, Leonardo Burlamaqui will share his view of Schumpeter's contributions to a theory of the state as an entrepreneur, his conception of socialism, and its current relevance to understanding China's hybrid economic model.
In this reflection, the panel will examine how the policies proposed by U.S. President Joe Biden help examine the role of the state for economic development and how this understanding is reflected in Brazil's current challenges.

Opening and Moderation

José Pio Borges
Chairman of the Brazilian Center for International Relations’ Board of Trustees

Former President of the Brazilian National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES).

Participants

Lavínia Barros de Castro
Professor at IBMEC RJ and Specialist in Development Finance

Venilton Tadini
Executive President of the Brazilian Association of Infrastructure and Basic Industry (ABDIB)

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