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  • Vanguardismo ambiental e protecionismo comercial na União Europeia e nos Estados Unidos 

    Thorstensen, Vera | Rebouças Mota, Catherine | Arima Júnior, Mauro Kiithi | Thomazella, Fábio Jorge de Toledo | Mitsui Zuchieri, Amanda (2022-08-12)
    Em razão da crescente importância das políticas ambientais de Estados Unidos e União Europeia, inclusive no que concerne à repercussão sobre o comércio internacional, propõe-se a análise comparada das regras e de instituições que regem o tema ambiental nesses dois atores. Após considerações sobre o conceito de potência em matéria de meio ambiente e ...
  • Digitalización en puertos: aplicación de gemelos digitales en la complejidad logística 

    Aita, Diogo (2022-08-05)
    El presente Boletín FAL se inscribe dentro de las Reflexiones sobre Tecnologías Disruptivas en el Transporte de la CEPAL. Esta edición analiza en particular las oportunidades y los desafíos que la implementación de gemelos digitales puede tener en la competitividad de operaciones logísticas y puertos. El documento señala la importancia de los gemelos ...
  • The effects of oil royalties on regional inequality in Brazil 

    Santos, Rafaela Nascimento | Ribeiro, Luiz Carlos de Santana | Santana, José Ricardo de (2022-04)
    This article evaluates the impact of oil royalties on Brazil’s production structure and their effects on regional inequality. An interregional input-output model was used, encompassing the 27 Brazilian states and 26 sectors, with base year 2008. The simulation strategy assumed 75% of these funds are channelled into education and 25% into the health ...
  • Unionization and wages: a quantile analysis 

    Frio, Gustavo Saraiva | França, Marco Túlio Aniceto (2022-04)
    The aim of this article is to analyse the wage effects of unionization in a sample of the Brazilian population in 2015. Using data from the National Household Sample Survey (PNAD) and its supplement on labour relations and unionization, econometric techniques (ordinary least squares, propensity score matching and unconditional quantile regressions) ...
  • International engagement of Brazilian agribusinesses: a comparative analysis 

    Maranhão, Rebecca Lima Albuquerque | Vieira Filho, José Eustáquio Ribeiro (2022-04)
    Urban population growth in developing countries, together with the expansion of the middle class and increase in per capita income worldwide, have increased the demand for food. This article uses the method of constant market share analysis (CMSA) to identify the drivers of agricultural export growth among the main countries operating in the market. ...
  • The ECLA-BNDE Economic Development Centre and the training of a generation of development planners in Brazil 

    Klüger, Elisa | Wanderley, Sergio | Barbosa, Alexandre de Freitas (2022-04)
    This paper aims to reconstruct the history of the partnership between the Economic Commission for Latin America (ECLA) and Brazil’s National Bank for Economic Development (BNDE). The ECLA/BNDE Economic Development Centre, which operated in Rio de Janeiro between 1960 and 1967, held courses on Problems of Economic Development in several regions of the ...
  • Pension arrangements and economic thinking: unreal assumptions and false predictions in the case of Argentina 

    Geri, Milva (2022-04)
    In accordance with mainstream economic thinking, the World Bank advised Latin American countries to reform and fully or partially privatize their pension systems. Argentina was one of the countries to follow these recommendations, which it did without first checking whether the arguments were valid or whether the theoretical assumptions were fulfilled. ...
  • A strategy for development with income redistribution: the minimum wage and growth fronts in Mexico 

    Bielschowsky, Ricardo | del Castillo, Miguel | Squeff, Gabriel Coelho | Orozco, Roberto | Beteta, Hugo E. (2022-04)
    The purpose of this study is to contribute to the discussion on the viability and potential impact of substantially increasing the pay of the lowest-income workers. To this end, a set of simulations are carried out using the input-output matrix to assess the impact on economic variables of increasing the minimum wage. The analysis yields very favourable ...
  • Technological change and labour market trends in Latin America and the Caribbean: a task content approach 

    Apella, Ignacio | Zunino, Gonzalo (2022-04)
    The aim of this paper is to analyse employment profile trends in the Latin American and Caribbean countries according to the task content of workers’ jobs. This analysis seeks to approximate the impact of technological change on the labour market. The paper uses the definitions of an indicator that captures the relative importance of four types of ...
  • Development model, labour precariousness and new social inequalities in Latin America 

    Castillo Fernández, Dídimo (2022-04)
    This article analyses the key characteristics of the two major economic models of the last century, and of the current one thus far, in Latin America. The first is centred on national development, with a relative welfare structure. The second presents the distinctive features of the current neoliberal model, in terms of the breakdown of the social ...

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