Dr Judit Ricz
Institute of World Economy, Corvinus University of Budapest, and Institute of World Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Participating in the conceptualisation and historical-institutional analysis with aims to analyse the rise of state capitalism and economic populism worldwide. My tasks relate especially to identify and critically assess the origins of macroeconomic populism by focusing mostly on the experience of Latin America; and to contrast the experience of Latin America with the developmental state models of East Asian countries. Furthermore the comparative analysis across countries and by time aims to identify the main variants of state capitalism across the world, and conducting a comparative analysis of populist regimes both in developed and developing countries.
- Ricz, J. (2019) ‘New Developmental Experiments in Two Emerging Economies: Lessons from Brazil and Egypt’ in Gerőcs, T. and Szanyi, M. (eds) Market Liberalism and Economic Patriotism in the Capitalist World-System. Cham Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, pp. 183-212
- Ricz, J. (2018) ‘New developmentalism in the 21st century: towards a new research agenda’, Working Paper 245, Institute of World Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies. Budapest: Hungarian Academy of Sciences
- Ricz, J. (2017) ‘The rise and fall (?) of a new developmental state in Brazil’, Society and Economy in Central and Eastern Europe, 39(1): 85-108