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Spatial dimensions of Brazilian economic development

Martin T Katzman

Spatial dimensions of Brazilian economic development

an interpretive view

by Martin T Katzman

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Published by Dept. of City and Regional Planning, Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Migration, Internal -- Brazil,
  • Brazil -- Economic conditions

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [1]-11 (2d group)

    StatementMartin T. Katzman
    SeriesUrban planning policy analysis and administration : Discussion paper -- D 76-8, Urban planning policy analysis and administration -- D76-8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination45, 11 p. ;
    Number of Pages45
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22781228M

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Spatial dimensions of Brazilian economic development by Martin T Katzman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Katzman, Martin T. Spatial dimensions of Brazilian economic development. Cambridge, Mass.: Dept.

of City and Regional. The contribution of this paper is to explore time and spatial scale dimensions of economic growth in Brazil using alternative panel data techniques to provide a measure of the extent of spatial autocorrelation (in kilometres) over three decades (–) as well as discussing the determinants of economic growth at a variety of geographic scales (minimum comparable areas, micro-regions Cited by:   The goal of this paper is to evaluate the results of regional economic growth model estimations at multiple spatial scales using spatial panel data models.

The spatial scales examined are minimum comparable areas, microregions, mesoregions and Spatial dimensions of Brazilian economic development book between and Alternative spatial panel data models with fixed effects were systematically estimated across those spatial scales Cited by: Evaluating multiple spatial dimensions of economic growth 5 related to the rate of economic growth.

The impact of transportation infrastruc-ture on economic growth may vary as the geographic scale of analysis changes. For instance, if this impact is analyzed at the state level, the focus will be on the connectivity among these aggregate by: Chapter 2: Spatial Economic development: Theory, Policy and practice Introduction 34 Spatial economic development 34 Models of spatial economic development 36 The core-periphery model 37 Model of development regions 39 Core region THE SPACE ECONOMY: An important consideration in spatial development planning 1 Introduction This report serves as a summary of the second in a series of knowledge sharing sessions jointly held by the Department of Economic Development (EDD): National Social Dialogue and Strategic Frameworks Programme; and the South African Cities Network (SACN).

Spatial expansion and social and economic development of the Brazilian Megalopolis between Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo Chapter (PDF Available) August.

This splendid book shows how a number of common themes that have emerged from this approach can be used to advance our understanding of economic geography, regional and urban economics, international trade and economic development. It represents applied theory at its very s: 6.

Spatial Dimensions of Chinese Economic Development capital or province-level city are bigger, have much higher GDP per capita, much more FDI, and much more manufacturing than cities farther.

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As part of a national doma Alfred Marshall, Marshall, Alfred Marshall, Alfred Alfred Marshall () is one of the great names in the development of contemporary economic thought, and the Econometrics, Succinctly defined, econometrics is the study of.

This book has been one of my favorite resources in research on the economic development of Brazil. The book revisits what happened in Brazil from the turn of the century forward.

This is imperative to appreciating and understanding why decisions were made the way they were s: 3. His research centered on Latin America's industrialization and economic development, especially of Import Substitution He received his bachelor's degree from Queen's College inand a Master's and a Ph.D.

from Harvard University in and respectively/5(2). The Spread of Industry: Spatial Agglomeration in Economic Development This paper describes the spread of industry from country to country as a region grows. All industrial sectors are initially agglomerated in one country, tied together by input–output links between firms.

Growth expands industry more than other sectors, bidding up wages. Exclusion based on spatial factors Spatial inequalities include disparities between rural and urban areas, and also between geographically advantaged and disadvantaged areas. Spatial disadvantage may result from the remoteness of a location which makes it physically difficult for its inhabitants to participate in broader socio-economic processes.

Spatial Economic Analysis is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal covering the development of theory and methods in spatial is published by Routledge on behalf of the Regional Studies Association and the British and Irish Section of the Regional Science Association editor-in-chief is Professor Paul Elhorst of the Faculty of Spatial Sciences at the.

This book is, of course, an effort to do the same with the new economic geography. In the remainder of this chapter, we describe what we regard as the unifying themes, methods, and questions of this new field, and set out the plan of the book.

Economic development and outlook in Brazil 16 April Brazil’s economy is emerging from a lengthy recession with the first signs of rejuvenation - repositioning the largest economy in Latin America as a land of opportunity for business expansion.

In recent years the spatial dimension of economic development has attracted increasing interest in the development field. However there is still little analysis and evidence of the ways many spatial dimensions interact with other economic dimensions in the development process.

This thesis aims to help filling this gap by bringing a geographical perspective into development economics frameworks. National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES) is a state-owned development bank which is, historically, the main source of financial support for long-term investment in Brazil.

The index is a modified version of the location quotient, commonly found in the regional economics literature. The aim of my thesis is to investigate the spatial scope of regional economic growth and regional economic development policy in Brazil.

First, it reviews the theoretical background on the spatial scope of economic development and growth literature as well as sets this discussion for the Brazilian context. This part forms the basis for the following empirical investigations.

discusses policy responses to the spatial dimensions of poverty. Following this introduction, Section 2 examines spatiality in development discourse and policy. It does this by looking at policy documents from a number of developing country and donors, as well as the World Bank’s World Development Report, Reshaping Economic Geography.Joel Beinin is the Donald J.

McLachlan Professor of History and Professor of Middle East History at Stanford University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan inhis M.A. from Harvard inand his B.A. from Princeton in From to he served as Director of Middle East Studies and Professor of History at the American University in Cairo.Marcos Mendes’ Inequality, Democracy and Growth in Brazil: A Country at the Crossroads of Economic Development is an alluring book for understanding Brazilian political economy, the country’s divisive set of persistent economic and social inequalities, and the compounding crisis that rivets the front page.