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The structure and competitiveness of the Brazilian capital goods industry
This article analyses changes in the structure and competitiveness ofthe Brazilian capital goods industry since the early 1990s and proposes aclassification within that industry based on the different industrial segmentsfrom which the demand for machinery and equipment derives. Althoughthis industry still accounts for a large share of manufacturing ...
An industrial and technological strategy for Brazil
Propone una estrategia que comprende tres grandes líneas de acción: explorar las ventajas comparativas dinámicas de Brasil, fortalecer la competitivad interna y externa y llevar la lógica de la industrialización a otros sectores, tales como el agropecuario, los servicios funcionales y la minería, para lo cual detalla diversos instrumentos de política ...
Industrial policy: where do we stand?
The great divide: economic complexity and development paths in Brazil and the Republic of Korea
This paper uses the product space methodology to gain new perspectives on the relationship between economic complexity and economic development, illustrated by case studies of Brazil and the Republic of Korea. It takes import data as an indicator of revealed comparative disadvantage to highlight the relevance of the local market. Product space networks ...
CEPAL Review no. 137
CEPAL Review no. 138
Brazilian agriculture before the Targets Plan: the functionality of agrarian reform during the constrained industrialization period
This article reviews the economic structure of Brazilian agriculture during the years of constrained industrialization, by providing a descriptive analysis of the sector’s main economic data. It reconsiders the debate of the 1950s and 1960s on the roles played by agriculture in national economic development; and it shows that the growth of agricultural ...