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Avaliação dos Impactos Econômicos e Sociais do Programa de Erradicação da Doença de Aujeszky no Estado de Santa Catarina

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  • Miele, Marcelo
  • Girotto, Ademir Francisco
  • Mores, Nelson
  • Amaral, Armando Lopes Do
  • Zanella, Janice Reis Ciacci
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    Os recursos limitados para a pesquisa agropecuária e a necessidade de conhecer de que forma as tecnologias alteram a competitividade das cadeias produtivas, seu entorno social e o meio ambiente exigem que sejam implementados processos de avaliação de impacto. O presente estudo teve por objetivo avaliar o impacto econômico, social e organizacional do Programa de Erradicação da Doença de Aujeszky no Estado de Santa Catarina, desenvolvido pela Embrapa e instituições parceiras. Este programa foi implementado em 2001 e atingiu sua meta em 2004. Os benefícios gerados representam um retorno positivo para os investimentos.--------------------The limited resources for agricultural research and the need for a better knowledge about the ways that technologies change agribusiness competitiveness and its social and natural environment, demand its impact assessment process. The aim of this study was to realize economic, social and organizational impact assessment of the Aujeszky Disease Eradication Project in Santa Catarina, south Brazil, developed by the Brazilian Agricultural Research Company and other institutions. This project started on 2001 and achieved its goals on 2004. The benefits represent a positive return for the investments.

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    Paper provided by Sociedade Brasileira de Economia, Administracao e Sociologia Rural (SOBER) in its series 46th Congress, July 20-23, 2008, Rio Branco, Acre, Brasil with number 108163.

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    Keywords: Doença de Aujeszky; erradicação; impacto econômico; impacto social; Aujeszky Disease; economic impact; eradication; social impact; Agribusiness; Research and Development/Tech Change/Emerging Technologies;

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