November 09, 2003

Brazil's Near-Term Future

After a lousy 2003, the Economist is looking forward to a good 2004 for Brazil--and thus to the success of President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's economic policies of detente with the IMF.

Posted by DeLong at November 9, 2003 04:35 PM | TrackBack

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Prof. Delong:

When you link to content in "The Economist", could you please post something of the content for those of us without "premium" access?

Posted by: john c. halasz on November 9, 2003 06:46 PM

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Apologies. I'll try to swing back and pull out a paragraph or two.

That said, shouldn't everyone subscribe to the Economist? I won't claim that everyone should subscribe to the Wall Street Journal given the ocean of slime that is their editorial page, but the Economist is worth funding...

:-)

Posted by: Brad DeLong on November 9, 2003 08:09 PM

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I prefer eating and my internet bill to "The Economist". As to WSJ, I prefer double-ply.

Posted by: john c. halasz on November 9, 2003 11:57 PM

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What about those of us who are poor grad students and go to the local bookstore to browse through magazines for "free"? Caffeine and beer are much higher priorities for us at this point. Eating is optional.

Posted by: Chris on November 10, 2003 11:08 AM

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Yeah, those of us interested in Brazil are looking forward to reading that article. But subscribing to The Economist is still a little bit pricy for me so far. Could you, Professor, post some paragraphs on your page, please? some would be very thakful to you

Posted by: Ale on November 12, 2003 07:15 AM

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