Desenvolvimento econômico: Uma abordagem Unificada

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  • Alexandre Rands Barros Datametrica

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https://doi.org/10.9771/rene.v14i2.43153

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O artigo reúne as principais contribuições recentes à interpretação do desenvolvimento econômico, criando um arcabouço unificado para que se possa entender a relação entre as diversas hipóteses apresentadas na literatura. Os determinantes identificados são classificados em quatro camadas e as relações entre elas são apresentadas. Na primeira encontram-se a acumulação dos fatores de produção e o crescimento da produtividade total dos fatores. A segunda camada reúne os determinantes das primeira identificados a partir dos diversos modelos de crescimento econômico. Na terceira camada põe-se lado a lado a cultura e as instituições, enquanto a quarta camada inclui os determinantes geográficos, genéticos e históricos.

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Biografia do Autor

Alexandre Rands Barros, Datametrica

Ph.D em Economia na University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Foi professor da UFPE. Autor dos livros Desigualdades Regionais no Brasil (Rio de Janeiro: Campus Elsevier, 2011), Roots of Brazilian Relative Economic Backwardness (London: Academic Press, 2016) e Raízes das Desigualdades Regionais no Brasil (Rio de Janeiro: Alta Books, 2019), entre vários artigos acadêmicos em revistas especializadas.

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2021-02-03

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Barros, A. R. (2021). Desenvolvimento econômico: Uma abordagem Unificada. Nexos Econômicos, 14(2), 8–57. https://doi.org/10.9771/rene.v14i2.43153

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