Author Archives: Cornelius Fleischhaker

The Curious Case of Brazil’s Closed Economy

World Bank economists Otaviano Canuto, Cornelius Fleischhaker and Philip Schellekens on the origins and costs of Brazil’s closedness to international trade

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The region in 2015 – Part 1: Brazil – navigating the treacherous road back to growth

No Se Mancha previews the new year in Latin America. Cornelius Fleischhaker starts it off on the challenges awaiting Brazil in 2015.  

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Is a Changing China Good for Brazil?

Cornelius Fleischhaker on the implications of a new World Bank report 

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Pessimism about Brazil’s growth explained

 Cornelius Fleischhaker on why the Brazilian economy is like a shell fish

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Why Brazil’s Economy is in Trouble but Dilma is Not (yet)

Brazil’s economy has performed poorly under Dilma Rousseff but her chances for reelection are still bright as of now.

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Libra out of balance – International oil companies indifferent to Brazilian pre-salt oil

Cornelius Fleischhaker on recent offshore oil auctions in Brazil 

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Peru: The Growing Pains of a Puma Cub

Cornelius Fleischhaker on a Puma in the flux

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