2 edition of case of regional inequality of development: Espíritu Santo State. Brazil. found in the catalog.
case of regional inequality of development: Espíritu Santo State. Brazil.
by International Geographical Union, Commission on Regional Aspects of Economic Development in Rio de Janeiro
Written in English
|Statement||Nilo Bernardes, editor.|
|LC Classifications||HC188.E7 B4613|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||73161612|
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Poverty and Inequality in Brazil: New Estimates from Combined PPV-PNAD Data C. Elbers, J. Lanjouw, P. Lanjouw, and P. Leite. Data 83 Methodology 84 Implementation 87 Poverty and Inequality at the Regional Level 88 Poverty and Inequality at Lower Levels of Disaggregation 92 Inequality Decompositions Conclusions References Size: 5MB.
Why should we care about regional inequality. Our study focuses on the measurement of regional inequality, convergence and its determinants. Finally, we aim to provide a brief outlook on the potential consequences of regional inequality.
In their book Spatial Inequality and Development, Kanbur and Venables (, by: Although Brazil's gross national income is not low (US$ 11, per capita inWorld Bank, a), it has persistently had one of the highest rates of inequality in the world: its GINI index () was the 16th highest out of countries worldwide (the United States ranks 42nd, and the United Kingdom ranks 91st) (Central Intelligence Agency, ).Cited by: The study adapts to the Brazilian case a methodology developed by Duke University to measure the well-being of U.S.
children and youth. It uses readily available data to construct three indices for each Brazilian state based on 36 indicators encompassing the health, behavior, school performance, institutional connectedness, and socioeconomic by: 6. The study adapts to the Brazilian case a methodology developed by Duke University to measure the well-being of U.S.
children and youth. It uses readily available data to construct three indices for each Brazilian state based on 36 indicators encompassing the health, behavior, school performance, institutional connectedness, and socioeconomic conditions.
Historically, regional development initiatives were often promoted by national governments, such as the case of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) to advance progress in the economically depressed areas of the Appalachian Region of the US and the creation of the SUDENE (Superintendência de Desenvolvimento do Nordeste) to promote development in the nine states of Northeastern Brazil.
Major Sport Events and Regional Development: The Case of the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games (with Paulo R. Haddad). Regional Science Policy and Practice, v.2, pp, Regional Effects of Port Infrastructure: A Spatial CGE Application to Brazil (with Geoffrey J.
Hewings, Fernando S. Perobelli and Raul A. dos Santos). Brazil has a history of acute inequality in the distribution of land and as regards economic opportunities in the rural areas. Even though the state and authorities have the capacity, pursuant to the Constitution, to resolve the situation, it persists.
Rio de Janeiro, Health Innovation Systems, Equity and Development Editors José E. Cassiolato Maria Clara C. Soares 1 /03/ /03/ Paulo Nakatani teaches at the Federal University of Espíritu Santo, Vitória, Brazil.
Rémy Herrera is a researcher at the CNRS—Centre of Economics of the Sorbonne, France. This article is a slightly revised version of part of a written statement presented by the Centre Europe Tiers-Monde (CETIM) during the March 4th session of the Human Rights Council of the United Nations.
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Development Bank, a multilateral development bank operated by BRICS. Brazil recently experienced a period of sustained economic growth.
From tothere was significant economic and social progress, during which, over 26 million people were lifted out of poverty. While household income inequality, measured by the. Jeroen Klink currently works at the Center for Engineering, Modeling and Applied Social Sciences (CECS), Universidade Federal do ABC (UFABC), São Paulo, Brazil.
Jeroen is currently doing research. UN-Habitat works for a better urban future. Based in over 90 countries, we promote the development of socially and environmentally sustainable cities, towns & communities.
UN-Habitat strives for adequate shelter with better living standards for all. process of economic development, led to an intense migration process. This process reached its apex in the main urban centres in the early s with a combina-tion of a decrease in birth rates and the reduction of rural-urban migration.
The country now has high urbanisation rates, despite The case of Rio de Janeiro by Helia Nacif Xavier. urbanization. One of the reasons is that each of Brazil’s twenty-six metropolitan areas contains numerous municipalities which, under the Constitution, are full members of the Brazilian Federation.
The independency of the municipalities does not encourage cooperation among them to resolve the regional metropolitan problems that they all share.
Brazil is the eighth-largest economy in the world, but is recovering from a recession in and that ranks as the worst in the country’s history. InBrazil`s GDP grew 1%, inflation fell to historic lows of %, and the Central Bank lowered benchmark interest rates from % in to 7%.
The need of a deep knowledge of the National Territory aiming at its integration in the s and, later, at planning as a basis for its development, demanded the creation of more detailed regional divisions of Brazil, i.e., based on groups of municipalities rather than.
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