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Title: A bioeconomia brasileira em números
Keywords: Organização de Cooperação e Desenvolvimento Econômico - Metodologia
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development - Methodology
Desenvolvimento sustentável - Brasil
Sustainable development - Brazil
Economia ambiental - Brasil
Environmental economics - Brazil
Recursos naturais renováveis - Brasil
Renewable natural resources - Brazil
Reaproveitamento (Sobras, refugos, etc.) - Brasil
Recycling (Waste, etc.) - Brazil
Matriz de insumo-produto
Input-output tables
Issue Date: Mar-2018
Publisher: Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econômico e Social
Abstract: The development of bioeconomy means a promising opportunity for Brazil. Renewable biological resources, as well as waste from extractive, manufacturing and service industries, can be valuable inputs to produce food, chemicals and textiles, among others, all from economic and environmental value. For Brazil, in addition to significant positive effects from the environmental point of view, bioeconomy has a potential for adding value, especially to agribusiness, an activity in which the country is notoriously competitive. This paper aimed to quantify the value of the bioeconomy for Brazil, measuring its contribution to the sales of local economic activities and in other countries, with the support of the 2016’s input-output OECD tables.
Other Identifiers: SILVA, Martim Francisco de Oliveira e; PEREIRA, Felipe dos Santos; MARTINS, José Vitor Bomtempo. A bioeconomia brasileira em números. BNDES Setorial, Rio de Janeiro, n. 47 , p. [277]-331, mar.
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