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Micro e Macroimpactos de Políticas de Desenvolvimento Regional


  • Guilherme Mendes Resende


O objetivo deste estudo é combinar micro e macroavaliações dos Fundos Constitucionais de Financiamento do Nordeste (FNE) focando a análise no caso do estado do Ceará com vistas a controlar pela heterogeneidade espacial. Busca-se mensurar os impactos dos empréstimos do FNE-industrial sobre o crescimento do emprego e o crescimento da produtividade do trabalho em nível micro (empresa) e o crescimento do Produto Interno Bruto (PIB) per capita em nível macro (municipal) durante os anos de 2000- 2003 e 2000-2006. O estudo do caso do Ceará pode ajudar na melhor interpretação dos resultados obtidos para a região Nordeste como um todo. Sabe-se que, na presença de heterogeneidade espacial, os resultados podem variar ao longo do espaço, por exemplo, de um estado para outro. De fato, os resultados sugerem que os micro e macroimpactos do FNE-industrial no estado do Ceará apresentam uma magnitude maior daqueles observados para toda a região Nordeste. Palavras-chave: avaliação de impacto; FNE; Ceará. The main goal of this paper is to combine micro and macro-evaluations of the Constitutional Financing Funds for the Northeast (FNE) focusing on the analysis of Ceará state in order to control for spatial heterogeneity. It aims to measure the impact of the FNE industrial loans on employment and labour productivity growth at the micro (firm) level and on GDP per capita growth at macro (municipalities) levels for the 2000-2003 and 2000-2006 periods. The case of Ceará may help to better understand the results obtained for the Northeast region as a whole. In fact, the results suggest that micro and macro-impacts of FNE-industrial in the state of Ceará have a higher magnitude than those observed in the Northeast region as a whole. Keywords: impact evaluation; FNE; Ceará.

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  • Guilherme Mendes Resende, 2012. "Micro e Macroimpactos de Políticas de Desenvolvimento Regional," Discussion Papers 1777, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada - IPEA.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipe:ipetds:1777

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