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Gastos Públicos Federais Regionalizados: Exercícios de Comparação Temporal 1995 - 1998 e 2002


  • Nelson Zackseski
  • Maria Lelia O. F. Rodriguez


The knowledge of the regional and state levels of the federal government?s performance is essentials for the crafting development politics. Base in this idea, the financial execution of the Union was studied and reorganized to get comparisons between the years 1995- 1998 and 2002. The methodology developed to do this allowed a series of exercises based on the main categories of the public accounting: types of expenditures to the functions as function-program classification categories adopted by the Integrated Budgetary Data System (SIDOR and SIAFI). The results ? that the joined comparison and inconsistencies stand out ? indicate a slight aiming of the expenses for the poorer and more populous regions and states. The stability that was found, however, also indicates the state?s inability to transform the ?status quo?.

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  • Nelson Zackseski & Maria Lelia O. F. Rodriguez, 2007. "Gastos Públicos Federais Regionalizados: Exercícios de Comparação Temporal 1995 - 1998 e 2002," Discussion Papers 1265, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada - IPEA.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipe:ipetds:1265

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