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Índice De Investimento Em Qualidade Ambiental Dos Estados Brasileiros: Uma Aplicação Do Metodo De Análise Fatorial

  • Maia, Maria Jose Do Carmo
  • Silva, Rubicleis Gomes Da
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    Este trabalho objetivou construir o Índice de Investimento na Qualidade Ambiental (IIQA) para os Estados Brasileiros, utilizando a metodologia de análise fatorial através do método de componentes principais. Os resultados apontaram que os Estados das regiões Sul e Sudeste apresentam os maiores índices de investimentos na qualidade ambiental, com destaque para o Estado de São Paulo. A região centro-oeste demonstrou índices intermediários, porém nesta região está localizado o 2° maior índice de investimento em qualidade do meio ambiente que pertence ao Distrito Federal. Em contrapartida os Estados das regiões Nordeste e Norte possuem os piores índices, sendo os Estados de Amapá e Rondônia, os que menos investem na melhoria da qualidade ambiental.-------------------------------This work objectified to construct the Index of Investment in ambient quality (IIAQ) for the Brazilian States, using the methodology of factorial analysis through the method of main components. The results had pointed that the States of the regions South and Southeastern present the biggest index of investments in the ambient quality, with prominence with respect to the State of São Paulo. The region center-west demonstrated intermediate indices, however in this region bigger index of investment in quality of the environment is located 2° that belongs to the Distrito Federal. On the other hand the States of the Northeast region and North possess the worse indices, being the States of Amapá and Rondônia, the ones that less they invest in the improvement of the ambient quality.

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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 108914.

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