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As Contribuições do PAC na Infraestrutura Brasileira e Goiana


  • Edson Roberto Viera

    () (FACE-UFG, Ciências Econômicas)

  • Antonio Marcos de Queiroz

    () (FACE-UFG, Ciências Econômicas)

  • Flávia Rezende Campos

    () (FACE-UFG, Ciências Econômicas)

  • Virgínia Maria Bezerra dos Santos

    (FACE-UFG, Ciências Econômicas)


The aim of this paper is to analyze the main investments of PAC in Goiás, verifying the actual contributions of these investments to address the infrastructural bottlenecks in the state. The hypothesis is that the PAC investments in infrastructure are consistent and important, however, are not sufficient to address the bottlenecks in the state several years ago. For the analysis, we performed an extensive literature search through books, theses, dissertations, scientific articles, queries the Internet, research on government sites, and other sources. The results show that delays are occurring in the schedule of the works of the PAC and in Goiás, a delay occurs in the larger urban and social. The conclusion is that the PAC is important, but it needs to be complemented by further investment in the State of Goiás in infrastructure.

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  • Edson Roberto Viera & Antonio Marcos de Queiroz & Flávia Rezende Campos & Virgínia Maria Bezerra dos Santos, 2010. "As Contribuições do PAC na Infraestrutura Brasileira e Goiana," Working papers - Textos para Discussao do Curso de Ciencias Economicas da UFG 020, Curso de Ciencias Economicas da Universidade Federal de Goias - FACE.
  • Handle: RePEc:ufb:wpaper:020

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