Book Review: Brian Wample, Natasha Borges Sugiyama and Michael Touchton (2019). Democracy at work: pathways to well-being in Brazil

Burni, Aline
External Publications (2020)

in: Brasiliana: Journal for Brazilian Studies 9(1), 609-613

DOI: 10.25160/bjbs.v9i1.120037

During the first decade of the 2000s,  Brazil was trending for its economic boom, participatory  innovations  and social  achievements  through public  policies. Brazil  was, back then, a notable example of how advancements on democratic institutions, practices and programs connected to socio-economic progresses of its  population, especiallythe most vulnerable. The book Democracy at Work:  Pathways to  Well-Being in Brazil analyses and  explains the links between more robust democracies and  human  development.

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