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Impactos Da Estrutura Empresarial, Agricultura E Pecuária Sobre O Pib Per Capita: Uma Abordagem Espacial No Estado Do Acre


  • Silveira, Breno Carrillo
  • Silva, Rubicleis Gomes Da
  • Silveira, Aurilene Oliveira De Araujo


Em 2004, o Acre possuía um Produto Interno Bruto (PIB) igual a R$ 3.241.847.000,00, com PIB per capita igual a R$ 5.143,00. Segundo dados do IBGE, os valores adicionados ao PIB na agropecuária, na indústria e no serviço, foram respectivamente de R$ 179.312.000,00; R$ 853.043.000,00 e R$ 1.999.670.000,00. Nesse contexto, torna-se relevante saber como as atividades econômicas impactam sobre a formação do PIB per capita nos municípios acreanos. Diante disso, a análise do impacto causado pela presença de unidades empresariais, pela pecuária e pela produção agrícola sobre o PIB per capita dos municípios possibilita uma visão da própria economia do estado. A teoria da externalidade é utilizada para referenciar esta pesquisa. Analiticamente, é utilizada a análise exploratória de dados espaciais. Os resultados mostram que em alguns municípios acreanos o PIB per capita é fortemente impactado pela pecuária e agricultura praticadas em seus vizinhos. Em relação à quantidade de unidades empresariais em um município, verificou-se que essa variável, neste modelo, não impacta sobre o PIB per capita nos municípios vizinhos contíguos. -------------------------------------------In 2004, the Acre had a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) equal to $ 3.241.847.000,00, with per capita GDP equal to $ 5.143,00. According to the IBGE, the figures added to the GDP in agriculture, industry and service, were respectively of $ 179.312.000,00; $ 853.043.000,00 and $ 1.999.670.000,00. In this context, it is important to know how the economic activities impact on the training of GDP per capita in the municipalities of Acre. Given that, the analysis of the impact caused by the presence of business units, the livestock and agricultural production on the GDP per capita of municipalities allows a vision of the economy of the state. The theory of externalities is used to refer this search. Analytically, is used exploratory analysis of spatial data. The results show that in some municipalities of Acre GDP per capita is strongly impacted by the livestock and agriculture practiced in its neighbours. In relation to the amount of business units in a municipality, it was found that this variable, in this model, no impact on GDP per capita in neighboring counties contiguous.

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  • Silveira, Breno Carrillo & Silva, Rubicleis Gomes Da & Silveira, Aurilene Oliveira De Araujo, 2008. "Impactos Da Estrutura Empresarial, Agricultura E Pecuária Sobre O Pib Per Capita: Uma Abordagem Espacial No Estado Do Acre," 46th Congress, July 20-23, 2008, Rio Branco, Acre, Brasil 108917, Sociedade Brasileira de Economia, Administracao e Sociologia Rural (SOBER).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:sbrfsr:108917

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