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Universidade Federal de Sergipe (2012)

Desenvolvimento rural e subdesenvolvimento econômico no baixo São Francisco sergipano

Esteves, Jussara Carvalho Batista

Titre : Desenvolvimento rural e subdesenvolvimento econômico no baixo São Francisco sergipano

Auteur : Esteves, Jussara Carvalho Batista

Université de soutenance : Universidade Federal de Sergipe

Grade : Mestrado Profissional em Desenvolvimento Regional e Gestão de Empreendimentos Locais 2012

Résumé
Provided the 1970s, the Lower San Francisco is home to large Sergipe state interventions, in addition, the territory is influenced by the river São Francisco, both in cultural and economic. However, the territory has social indicators such as income, education, employment, health and housing, critics. From an economic standpoint, the low scale of production through lower land infrastructure, technological and commercial, is also an aggravating factor. Accordingly, this dissertation aims to analyze the indicators of economic underdevelopment in the Lower São Francisco Sergipe, and analyze what the deficiencies found in the main agricultural activities in the region. For this, the theoretical framework used in the research addresses the concept of the theory of economic development after World War II, identifying the main issues in underdeveloped countries and the major changes in rural development and the importance of institutions in the process of local economic development. However, the work is composed of two stages where the first is a lift of secondary data from IBGE information, RAIS/MTE, CODEVASF SEPLAN subsequently makes the elaboration of a questionnaire with open questions, with a more empirical approach to interviewing local representatives as chairmen of rural cooperatives and unions, and employees of public institutions that directly contribute to local development, confirming the need for interaction between them in the light of knowledge about the key challenges facing the region.

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