New Research Paper Finds that Brazil’s Economic Slowdown Results from Policy Decisions

A new research paper from the Center for Economic and Policy Research examines the causes of Brazil’s recent economic slowdown and finds that policy choices rather than external factors have been the most important cause.

Of note: “The government’s contractionary policies led to a pronounced decline in private investment as well, so that total investment (public and private) fell sharply.”
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