Investimento, Indústria e Crescimento Econômico Brasileiro: uma Análise da Relação de Causalidade
In the economic growth and development literature there are two elements that are usually considered to be essential in shaping countries’ economic performance. The first one is that investments on the real sector are a necessary condition to generate productive capacity on industry and other economic sectors. The second one is the perception that investment on industrial activities is an engine of economic growth. The main objective of the present study is to analyze the causality relation involving investment, industrial growth, and economic growth by means of the Granger causality test for the Brazilian economy between 1948 and 2005.
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