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Planejamento Estratégico do Desenvolvimento e as Políticas Macroeconômicas


  • João Sicsú


Este artigo busca apresentar as bases de uma estratégia de desenvolvimento para o Brasil. Para tanto, parte de algumas premissas básicas. A primeira é a de que não haverá desenvolvimento sem mobilização social. A segunda é que o desenvolvimento é fruto do planejamento, no qual o Estado tem papel fundamental. Ademais, uma estratégia de desenvolvimento deve conter pelo menos três partes: a descrição do Brasil que queremos, a definição de uma política macroeconômica para atingi-lo, e um conjunto de políticas públicas para realizar objetivos sociais abrangentes. Por fim, o texto destaca algumas intervenções macroeconômicas necessárias para atingir os objetivos propostos: política monetária de juros baixos, política cambial de taxas competitivas e política fiscal de tipo keynesiana. This paper aims to outline the basis for a development strategy for Brazil. Therefore, it starts from some basic premises. First, there will be no development without social mobilization. Second, development is a planning result, in which the Government plays a key role. Besides, a development strategy must be consisted of three parts, at least: the description of the Brazil we want, the definition of a macroeconomic policy in order to reach it, and a set of public policies to accomplish broad social goals. Finally, the paper outlines some macroeconomic interventions necessary to achieve the proposed goals: low interest rate monetary policy, exchange rate policy to promote economic growth, and a fiscal policy in the Keynesian tradition.

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  • João Sicsú, 2008. "Planejamento Estratégico do Desenvolvimento e as Políticas Macroeconômicas," Discussion Papers 1346, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada - IPEA.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipe:ipetds:1346

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