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Uma matriz de contabilidade social para o Brasil em 2003

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  • Octávio Augusto Fontes Tourinho
  • Napoleão Luiz Costa da Silva
  • Yann Le Boulluec Alves

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In this paper we show how a social accounting matrix (SAM) for Brazil, for the year 2003, was constructed. In it, 39 activities, 39 products, 6 types of labor, and 11 family income classes are represented. This matrix will be used to update the computable equilibrium model (CGE) of the Brazilian economy developed at IPEA (CGE-IPEA), but can also be used directly to evaluate the impacts of public policy in other type of models, as for example, multiplier models. In the text we apply that methodology to evaluate, on the basis of the SAM 2003, the impacts of income redistribution policy.

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  • Octávio Augusto Fontes Tourinho & Napoleão Luiz Costa da Silva & Yann Le Boulluec Alves, 2006. "Uma matriz de contabilidade social para o Brasil em 2003," Discussion Papers 1242, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada - IPEA.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipe:ipetds:1242
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