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Divisão Regional Do Desenvolvimento Humano Em Pernambuco: Uma Aplicação De Análise De Cluster

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  • Sobel, Tiago Farias
  • Muniz, Andre L. Pires
  • Costa, Ecio de Farias

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Com um caráter exploratório, este trabalho tem como objetivo geral estudar a divisão regional do desenvolvimento humano dentro do Estado de Pernambuco, a partir dos dados do Atlas de Desenvolvimento Humano da Fundação João Pinheiro e da aplicação da análise de cluster. Neste sentido, foi possível delinear os principais aspectos regionais do desenvolvimento humano pernambucano. De um modo geral, observou-se que os municípios do interior do Estado encontram-se em pior situação, com destaque negativo para os localizados no sertão. Por outro lado, a Região Metropolitana de Recife pode ser considerada a mesorregião mais desenvolvida do Estado, seguido pelo Vale do São Francisco.---------------------------------------------With an exploratory character, this paper has as general objective to study the regional division of the human development inside of Pernambuco State, starting from data of the Atlas of Human Development of the João Pinheiro Foundation and of the cluster analysis application. Therein, it was possible to describe the main regional aspects of the Pernambuco human development. In general, it was observed that the municipal districts of the interior of the State are in worse situation, standing out negatively those located in the sertão. On the other hand, the Recife Metropolitan Area can be considered the most developed area of the State, followed for the San Francisco Valley.

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  • Sobel, Tiago Farias & Muniz, Andre L. Pires & Costa, Ecio de Farias, 2008. "Divisão Regional Do Desenvolvimento Humano Em Pernambuco: Uma Aplicação De Análise De Cluster," 46th Congress, July 20-23, 2008, Rio Branco, Acre, Brasil 109214, Sociedade Brasileira de Economia, Administracao e Sociologia Rural (SOBER).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:sbrfsr:109214
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