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Foreign trade strategies, employment, and income distribution in Brazil

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Published by Praeger in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Brazil,
  • Brazil.
    • Subjects:
    • Import substitution -- Brazil.,
    • Foreign trade promotion -- Brazil.,
    • Labor supply -- Brazil.,
    • Income distribution -- Brazil.,
    • Brazil -- Commercial policy.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBenedict J. Clements.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHF1513 .C55 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxviii, 167 p. :
      Number of Pages167
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2033759M
      ISBN 100275928659
      LC Control Number88009718

      In , Brazil was the United States’ ninth largest export market, and our second-largest trading partner. Last year, the United States exported $ billion in goods and services to Brazil – up percent from , and imported $ billion in goods and services from Brazil – up percent from The primary products traded. Trade and GDP in Latin America, Ð 38 Relationships among Economic Growth, Trade, and the Technology Gap in Latin America, Ð 39 Deindustrialization, Foreign Trade, Employment, and Income 42 International Monetary Fund: Total . Gary Fields is the John P. Windmuller Professor of International and Comparative Labor and Professor of Economics at Cornell University, Program Coordinator of the IZA Program on Labor and Development, and a WIDER Non-Resident Senior Research Fellow. He is the winner of the IZA Prize in Labor Economics, the top world-wide award in the field.


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Foreign Trade Strategies, Employment, and Income Distribution in Brazil [Clements, Benedict J. ] on FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Foreign Trade Strategies, Employment, and Income Distribution in BrazilCited by: 4.

In this groundbreaking new study, Clements assesses the impact of alternative foreign trade strategies-export promotion and import substitution-on employment and income distribution in Brazil. The first work to evaluate specifically the impact of Brazil's foreign trade policies on income distribution, this volume uses a modified input-output technique to assess income distribution.

31 Foreign Trade Strategies and Employment in Brazil trial growth rate of about percent a year is very impressive by inter- national standards. After World the rate of economic growth accelerated.

Brazilian real GDP grew at an annual average rate of percent; industrial output increased faster than agriculture (as is shown. BibTeX MISC{Krueger_2foreign, author {Anne O. Krueger and Hal B. Lary and Terry Monson and Narongchai Akrasanee and Josc L. Carvalho and Claudio L. Haddad}, title {2 Foreign Trade Strategies and Employment in Brazil}, year {}}.

between income distribution and patterns of consumption has not yet been incorporated into studies of the foreign sector. This paper is structured in the following manner.

First, the model used to quantify the impact of foreign trade structures on employment is presented. Second, data and method are described. Third, empirical results are given.

Benedict Clements's Foreign Trade Strategies, Employment, and Income Dis-tribution in Brazil represents an important exception as an explicit attempt to examine Brazilian trade policy in the context of its effects on employ-ment and income distribution.

Economists have long argued that tariffs and other forms of protec. This paper uses a modified input-output model simulation to examine the effects of alternative trade strategies on income distribution in Brazil.

The strategies under consideration are export expansion, import substitution, and expansion of the nontradable sector. The main results show that export expansion does produce a more equal income distribution than the alternative strategies, but only.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Rhode Island. Among his research interests are stabilization policy in Latin America and the impact of trade and development strategies on poverty and income distribution. Kwan S. Kim is Professor of Economics and faculty fellow of the Kellogg Institute at the University of Notre Dame.

This paper assesses the impact of the alternative foreign trade strategies of export promotion and import substitution on employment and income distribution in Brazil.

Brazil: Shaping a New Strategy for Global Trade Investment. J By Marcos Troyjo. Brazils economic strategy is the expression of an approach that is mostly insular, privileging through every angle its domestic market over a more incisive interaction with the global economy. Below, Marcos Troyjo argues that becoming more of a big player in the global economy and income distribution in Brazil book definitely represent a major change for Brazil.

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Abstract: This paper assesses the impact of the alternative foreign trade strategies of export promotion and import substitution on employment and income distribution Foreign trade strategies Brazil. The impact of the expansion of nontraded goods production is also examined for purposes of comparison.

Foreign Trade Strategies and Employment in Brazil José L. Carvalho and Cláudio L. Haddad 3. Alternative Trade Strategies and Employment Implications: Chile Vittorio Corbo and Patricio Meller 4. International Trade Strategies, Employment, and Income Distribution in Colombia Francisco E.

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Book Chapters The following chapters of this book are listed in IDEAS. Anne O. Krueger, "The Framework of the Country Studies," NBER Chapters, in: Trade and Employment in Developing Countries, Volume 1: Individual Studies, pagesNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. Jose L. Carvalho Claudio L.

Haddad, "Foreign Trade Strategies and Employment in Brazil,". European Economic Review 34 () North-Holland INCOME DISTRIBUTION, DEVELOPMENT AND FOREIGN TRADE A Cross-Sectional Analysis F.

BOURGUIGNON DELTA (joint research unit: CNKS, ENS and EHESS), Paris, France C. MORRISSON OECD Development Center, Paris, France Received Aprilfinal version received December This paper analyses cross-sectional evidence on income.

() specifically focus on the implications of trade on the income distribution in Brazil. They find that Brazils trade liberalization after raised income inequality in urban areas but reduced it in rural employment flourished and, in turn, unemployment declined, as we illustrate in Table 2.

This trend. trade liberalization is expected to increase the relative wage of low-skilled workers. But liberalization might also worsen income distribution, for example by encouraging the adoption of skill-biased technical change in response to increased foreign competition, or to the increased globalization of production (Feenstra, ).

Brazils Foreign Trade and Its Role in the Economy 49 The Amazon Strategy and the Environment Extent of Amazon Deforestation income distribution was 60 times higher than the income of a family in the bottom 10 percent.

2 The Gini coefficient was close to Per capita income. Foreign Trade Strategies and Employment in Brazil José L. Carvalho and Cláudio L. Haddad 3. Alternative Trade Strategies and Employment Implications: Chile Vittorio Corbo and Patricio Meller 4.

International Trade Strategies, Employment, and Income Distribution in Colombia Francisco E. Thoumi 5. Alternative Trade Strategies and Employment. Overview. The COVID pandemic exposed Brazil to an unprecedented health and economic challenge. To contain the pandemic, Brazil implemented social measures to slow the spread of the virus and contain its impact on the health system capacity, which is uneven across the country.

COVID hit as Brazil was still recovering from its Abstract. Participation in international trade provides a Variety of benefits to the developing countries. They may obtain gains through resource allocation according to comparative advantage; the exploitation of economies of scale and increased capacity utilization; improvements in technology; increases in domestic savings and foreign direct investment; and increased employment.

Foreign Trade Strategies and Employment in Brazil; Jose; L. Carvalho and Clùdio L. Haddad; 3. Alternative Trade Strategies and Employment Implications: Chile; Vittorio Corbo and Patricio Meller; 4. International Trade Strategies, Employment, and Income Distribution in Colombia; Francisco E. Thoumi; 5.

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