This volume examines the economic and political circumstances in Portugal since the 1974 revolution. A succinct analysis of the central themes of Portuguese politics (drawing on public opinion surveys conducted in Portugal) is followed by a framework for analyzing the economic consequences of the coup. The authors then assess the influence of the I
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Also of Interest -- Preface -- Patterns of Politics in Portugal Since the April Revolution -- Comment -- Comment -- The Economic Consequences of the April 25th Revolution -- Comment -- Comment -- Portugal and the IMF: The Political Economy of Stabilization -- Comment -- Comment -- Portugal and Europe: The Channels of Structural Interdependence -- Comment -- Comment
Jorge Braga de Macedo is assistant professor of economics and international affairs at Princeton University. He has taught at the Lisbon Law School, the University of Angola, the Catholic University of Portugal, and Yale University and is co-editor of the journal Economia. Simon Serfaty is former director of the Washington Center of Foreign Policy Research, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, where he is now a member of the faculty.