Artigos Científicos


Rethinking the informal and criminal economy from a Global Commodity Chain Perspective: China-Paraguay-Brazil. Global Networks, 18(2) 2018  PDF

The Power of Chineseness: Flexible Taiwanese belongings amidst times of change in Asia and South America. Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology, v. 23 (1) 2018.

China, the BRICS and the G20: New Configurations of Power in the International System. In: Catrina Schläger; Dongxiao Chen; Alexander Rosenplänter; Haibing Zhang. (Org.). China and the Group 20 The Interplay between a Rising Power and an Emerging Institution. 1ed. Singapura: World Scientific, 2017, v. 1, p. 299-312.

Don't Think About the Crisis, Work!. Anthropology news (Arlington, Va.), v. 57, p. e28-e31, 2016.

China, BRICS, and the G20. In: Catarina Schläger and Chen Dongxiao. (Org.). China and the G20 : the interplay between an emerging power and an emerging institution. 1ed.Shanghai: Shanghai People's Publishing House, 2015, v. 1, p. 175-190.

Introduction: The Cellularity and Continuity of Protest in Brazil. Anthropological Quarterly, v. 87, p. 883-885, 2014. (with Alex Dent)

Copied goods and informal economy in Brazil and China: outlining a comparison of development models. Dossier Challenges in Brazilian Anthropology]. Vibrant (Florianópolis), v. 9, p. 01-27, 2012.

Popular Consumption in Brazil. In: Anna Pertierra; John Sinclair. (Org.). Consumer Culture in Latin America. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, v. 01, p. 01-25. (with Ruben Oliven)

Brand Clans: Consumption and Rituals Among Low-income Young People in the City of PortoAlegre. International Review of Social Research, v. 2, p. 104-122, 2012. (with Lucia Scalco)

The attribution of authenticity to real and fake branded commodities in Brazil and China. In: Andrew Bevan, David Wengrow. (Org.). Cultures of Commodity Branding. 01ed.São Francisco: Left Coast Press, 2010, v. , p. 109-129.

The jeans that dont fit: marketing cheap jeans in Brazil. In: Daniel Miller; Sophie Woodward. (Org.). Global Dedim. Londres: Berg, 2010, v. , p. 181-196.

'The confucian ethic and the spirit of capitalism': narratives on morals, harmony, and savings in the condemnation of conspicuous consumption among chinese immigrants overseas. Scielo Special Editions.. Horizontes Antropológicos (UFRGS. Impresso), v. 4, p. 06, 2008.