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Regulação pró-concorrencial e o novo ciclo de abertura comercial no Brasil

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  • Oliveira, Gesner
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    O Objetivo deste Trabalho é Responder se o Aparato Regulatório Brasileiro tem Sido um Obstáculo ou um Incentivo ao Comércio Exterior e Investimento. o Trabalho Apresenta Literatura Teórica e Empírica Sobre a Relação entre Investimento e Regulação e Conclui Que, Apesar da Regulação em Termos Gerais ter Impactos Ambíguos no Investimento, a Regulação Pró-Competitiva Gera Investimento e Diminui Barreiras ao Comércio. a Luz Desta Conclusão, Discute-Se a Questão da Interação entre Autoridade Antitruste e Órgãos Reguladores e os Anteprojetos de Lei Recentemente Submetidos À Consulta Pública Pelo Poder Executivo, que Visam Realizar Mudanças nas Agências Reguladoras. por Fim, é Defendido que a Adoção de Critérios de Defesa da Concorrência na Defesa Comercial Também Teria Impactos Positivos no Esforço de Maior Acesso a Mercados.

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    Paper provided by FGV/EESP - Escola de Economia de São Paulo, Getulio Vargas Foundation (Brazil) in its series Textos para discussão with number 132.

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    Date of creation: 01 Feb 2004
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