Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

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The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

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The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

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The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

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Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

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The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

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The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

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Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

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The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

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Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

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The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

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The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

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The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

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The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

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The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

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The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

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The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

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Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

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The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

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The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

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The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

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The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

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The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

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The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …

Read more

Hello, hello, how low?

In spite of the deteriorating fiscal situation, interest rates in Brazil continue to go down. Is the impending “consumption based recovery” set to change it?

Warnings on the poor quality of the Brazilian fiscal adjustment never stop coming. Reforms are losing momentum; fiscal targets that once seemed pessimistic become unrealistic (and need to be lowered). In the foreseeable future, there will be no primary surpluses (the most likely scenario is …

Read more

The Sound of Silence

There’s a contradiction in Brazil that has long intrigued us at Bluming Thoughts: on the one hand the discredit of politics, or at least of politicians – understandably so – but on the other, a permanent wish for the government to be the solution for all the problems, especially through increased regulation or subsidies. At the same time that Brazilians are eager to become entrepreneurs, there is some sort of …

Read more

The Brazilian crisis in 500 words

Economics deals with the exchange of workers’ outputs. The better the coordination between these interactions, the more they will occur, which can be considered a measure of prosperity. Coordination may be voluntary, having as its compass prices that are freely, granularly and diffusively set by each and every agent involved in the process. Or else, coordination may be coercive, when a chosen group, normally known as government, imposes the conditions …