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Title: A questão regional e o BNDES : uma análise da conformidade entre a atuação do Banco e a Política Nacional de Desenvolvimento Regional (PNDR)
Keywords: Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econômico e Social (Brasil) - Financiamento
Brazilian Development Bank - Financing
Política Nacional de Desenvolvimento Regional
Planejamento regional - Brasil
Regional planning - Brazil
Disparidades econômicas regionais
Regional economic disparities
Comunidade - Desenvolvimento - Brasil - 2007-2012
Community development - Brazil - 2007-2012
Financiamento do desenvolvimento - Brasil - 2007-2012
Development financing - Brazil - 2007-2012
Política econômica
Economic policy
Brasil - Disparidades regionais
Brazil - Regional disparities
Brasil - Condições econômicas
Brazil - Economic conditions
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to analyze the conformity between the performance of the BNDES, financing lines and disbursements, and strategies to reduce regional inequality proposed in the National Policy for Regional Development (PNDR). The results show that the BNDES’s performance was reconciled with the regional dynamics characteristic of the period after 1980, i.e., by fragmentation and reconcentration of operations. The social and economic decentralization in Brazil depends on the effectiveness with which the logic of regional development is adopted and operationalized by the agents involved. In the case of the BNDES this effectiveness includes not only the adoption of simple microregional speech typology introduced by the PNDR, but also an active role in regions that need to stimulate their local potential.
Other Identifiers: QUAGLIO, Gislaine de Miranda; PAIVA, Cláudio Cesar de. A questão regional e o BNDES: uma análise da conformidade entre a atuação do Banco e a Política Nacional de Desenvolvimento Regional (PNDR). Economia e Sociedade, Campinas, v. 26, n. 2 (60), p. 337-368, ago. 2017.
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