Multiplicador de emprego e salário: estudo comparativo para a região sul e restante do Brasil em 1999 e 2004
[Multiplier of employment and wages: a comparative study for southern region and the rest of Brazil in 1994 and 2004]
The objective of this study is to analyze the multiplier effect of jobs and income for the formal and informal categories, in an inter-regional input-output system. Therefore, it was used the array in the Southern Region and the Rest of Brazil, estimated for the years 1999 and 2004 organized in 23 sectors, with microdata from the National Household Sample Survey (PNAD) in the same years. Consider one, the individuals’ characterization according to educational level, age, income, gender and employment category (formal and informal). The main results include a decrease of the contribution from the macros sectors of Agricultural and Services in the regions. The State of Paraná, Santa Catarina and the Rest of Brazil decreased multipliers wages in formal and informal categories for most sectors, which was not observed in Rio Grande do Sul. The largest employment multipliers for both formal and informal categories were to sectors linked to Industry.
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