Banking Law

– From the euphoria of the economic depression, it had for caution, a bigger concentration of investors in the real estate segment, thus harming other investments in the financial market, resulting one of the greaters inflationary surtos of the country. 4. Justification – the social relevance of the subject sends to a critical reflection in relation to the dimension of the social inaquality, caused to a large extent, at the time in question, due to transformation of one politics with colonial base for one capitalist politics. Based in the sociologist and researcher Of Masi (1999), it is essential that let us understand the ambivalence between the communist system that knows to distribute the capital, the wealth, however, it does not know as to create it, reproduziz it, opposing to the capitalist system that total is come back to the profit strategies, however, is not focado in the distribution of this profit in the society. Perhaps the capitalism showed that it knows to produce the wealth, until excessively, but it does not know to distribute them with equality. – The academic importance of this research if of the one for the critical reflection and in relation to the necessity of transformations politics, economic and social, aiming at a society more joust.

Through the education and of the transmission of knowledge to the new generations. The research intends to contribute for the awareness of this existing situation in Brazil in the period of the economic depression, and that it remains until the present. 5. The economic depression, law 5.1. Its period and its applications the economic depression occurred during the provisory government of Deodoro of the Fonseca, through Banking Law created by then the Secretary of the Treasury Rui Barbosa, in 17 of January of 1890, the attempt to substitute the old established agrarian structure in the coffee exportation, to stimulate industrialization and to stimulate the economic growth of Brazil.

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