Founded in November 1947, Conjuntura Econômica is one of the oldest publications for expert economic analysis of both the Brazilian and international economies. Since February 2009, IBRE has published an English version of Conjuntura Econômica (The Brazilian Economy). Through this publication IBRE compares different periods of the economy, assessing both macroeconomic considerations and scenarios related to finance, administration, marketing, management, insurance, statistics, and price indices.
All this historical material generated a great collection, which has just been scanned. The goal is to allow part of the history of the Brazilian economy to be available for free and unconstrained consultations, not just on the magazine's website but also in libraries, universities and other educational institutions.
The digitization of this rich collection was made possible by the project approved by the Ministry of Culture, with incentives of Rouanet Law and sponsored by Oi company.
Conjuntura readers include social science researchers, managers, CEOs of the largest corporations in Brazil, the international community in Brazil, and high-ranking federal and state civil servants.
69% of readers are male.
69% of readers are in Class A.