Sistema inter-regional sul-restante do Brasil: composição do efeito multiplicador de produção e emprego
[Inter-regional system of the of south rest of Brazil: composition of production's and employmnet's multiplier effect]
AbstractThe aim of this study was to analyse the distribution of the multiplier effect of production trigged by the variation of final sectorial demand and to estimate the overflowing effect of production and employment of the input-output inter-regional system formed by the regions Paraná, Santa Catarina, Rio Grande do Sul (the South Region) and Rest of Brazil, structured in 26 sectors, for the year 1999. The results of the distribution of the multiplier effect of production and employment showed that the greatest values were concentrated in the direction South Region-Rest of Brazil. The estimated values showed that Paraná and Santa Catarina were more dependent of the flows of goods and services from the Rest of Brazil to feed the economic system than Rio Grande do Sul. On the other hand, those two states showed small overflowing values within the South Region, indicating less integration with that Region than with the Rest of Brazil. Within the South Region, there was more overflowing in the direction Santa Catarina-Paraná and Rio Grande do Sul-Paraná, indicating that Paraná was an important inter-regional supplier of goods and services. In the case of Paraná, the greatest values of production overflowing were in the direction Rest of Brazil- South Region, being highlights sectors 15-Clothing, 7-Transport material and 8-Woods and furniture. Within the South Region, the greatest overflowing value was found for sector 15-Clothing, in the direction of Santa Catarina. With respect to the overflowing of employment, the greatest values found for the Rest of Brazil were for sector 17-Food industry. For Paraná, the greatest values of employment overflowing were for the sectors 8-Woods and furniture, 15-Clothing, 17-Food industry, 7-Transportat material, and 16-Other industrial products, in the direction Rest of Brazil. Within the South Region, sectors 17-Food industry and 8-Woods and furniture were outstanding.
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Date of creation: 2008
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input-output; inter-regional system; production; employment.;
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