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Interações sinérgicas e transbordamento do efeito multiplicador de produção das grandes regiões do Brasil

Sesso Filho, U. A. and Moretto, A. C. and Rodrigues, R. L. and Guilhoto, J. J. M. (2006): Interações sinérgicas e transbordamento do efeito multiplicador de produção das grandes regiões do Brasil.

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Abstract

The objective of this paper is to estimate and analyze the level of synergetic interactions and overflow of production multiplier effect of the sectors between the five regions (South, Southwest, Center west, North and Northwest) and the Rest of Brazil, using estimated input-output inter-regional systems in the year 1999. The results are: a) the output of North Region is the most dependent of commerce between this and the Rest of Brazil (29%) follow by the Northwest Region (25%), Center West (24%) and South (16%); b) the Region Southwest is the less dependent of sells to the Rest of Brazil, those represented 11%; c) 13% of the Rest of Brazil�s output depended of the commerce of input (goods and services) between this and the Southwest Region, this is the biggest value between the Brazil Regions; d) in the period between 1995/99, the dependency of the Regions South, Southwest and Center West of the Rest of Brazil decreased, while the commerce between the Regions North and Northwest with the Rest of Brazil increased, e) the biggest overflow effect occurs in the sectors of Regions Center West (22% average) and North (average 19%); and f) the overflow effect of the Rest of Brazil to the Region Southwest was the biggest value, 10%

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