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Article: Structural Change, Technology, and Economic Growth: Brazil and the CIBS in a Comparative Perspective[show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: Schumepterian growth theory stresses the role of structural change in long run growth. Countries which increase the share of technology-intensive sectors in their economic structures benefit more from technological learning and innovation. In addition, they are more able to respond to changes in the international markets and to enter in sectors whose demand grows at higher rates. The paper compares Brazil and the CIBS from the point of view of the direction and intensity of structural change. It is suggested that structural change has been relatively weak in Brazil and that this is associated with a less dynamic growth performance since the 1980s.02/2008;
Article: EXAME DA COMPETITIVIDADE INDUSTRIAL ATRAVÉS DO CONTEÚDO TECNOLÓGICO DO COMÉRCIO INTERNACIONAL BRASILEIRO02/2007;
Article: Competitividade internacional e tecnologia: uma análise da estrutura das exportações brasileirasRevista Economia e Sociedade. 43(12):30-30.