Diálogo das teses do subdesenvolvimento de Rostow, Nurkse e Myrdal com a teoria do desenvolvimento de Celso Furtado
Gumiero, Rafael Gonçalves
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The period after the end of First World War and the crisis of 1929 introduces (from the critical to the liberal economic model and the emergence of strategies planned development and alternative Keynesian of economic regulation) a new investigation problem: the issue of delay and the condition of underdevelopment. In terms of world literature, this problem has been worked in an original and vigorous way by Ragnar Nurkse in "Problems of capital formation in underdeveloped countries ", by Rostow in "Stages of Economic Development", and Gunnar Myrdal in "Economic Theory and Regions Underdeveloped . These works and authors were not only well received by the national-developmentalist intelligentsia, as strongly influenced the theory of underdevelopment of Celso Furtado. This research has two objectives: 1) identify in the dialogue established between the arguments of Rostow, Nurkse and Myrdal agreement, kept their proper proportions in the work of Furtado (fundamental author in understanding the developmental question of the years 50/60); 2) to analyze how this influence has been received, appropriate and resignified according to perspectives of Furtado in the formulation of development theory for the Brazilian industrial planning.