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Tessaleno Devezas

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Tessaleno Campos Devezas (born 4 December 1946 in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian-born Portuguese physicist, systems theorist, and materials scientist. He is best known for his contributions to the long waves theory in socioeconomic development, technological evolution, energy systems as well as world system analysis. Awards In March 2002, Devezas was honored with the "Elsevier Best Paper Prize 2001" for his paper proposing a model explaining the mechanism underlying the long economic waves (Kondratieff waves) and, in 2006, another of his papers (about the growth dynamics of the Internet) received an Honor Mention from Elsevier. In 2004, he was awarded with the Silver Kondratieff Medal by the International N. D. Kondratieff Foundation and the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (RAEN) for his written contributions for the understanding of the Kondratieff waves, and, in 2005, he was honored as Honorary Member of the International Kondratieff Foundation. Selected papers on
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