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A Política de Clustering e a Economia do Nordeste

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  • Alexandre Rands

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This paper discuss the theoretical background of the ideas which support clustering policies. It is argued that in spite of having been fostered under ideological hegemony of liberal ideas, the clustering policies framework does not rely strictly on this ideology. It also draws some conceptions for more interventionist ideas, such as those supported by Structuralists. Following this first discussion, the paper also analyzes the perspective of success of these policies in Northeast Brazil, under the auspice of ‘Initiative for Northeast’. The conclusions are that there are reasonable potential for positive results, although some cultural restraints will appear in the short term.

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  • Alexandre Rands, 1999. "A Política de Clustering e a Economia do Nordeste," Working Papers 22, Datamétrica Consultoria Econômica, revised 1999.
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