A Aplicação de Diferentes Lentes na Compreensão do Desenvolvimento como Crescimento Econômico das Cidades Outros Idiomas

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40429
Resumo:
O artigo discute as diferentes lentes teóricas empregadas ao longo do tempo na compreensão do desenvolvimento como crescimento econômico. Os autores acreditam que, incorporando múltiplos pontos de vista da revisão de trabalhos empíricos e teóricos, é possível desenvolver um modelo abrangente dos efeitos do desenvolvimento e do crescimento econômico a partir de uma perspectiva pluralista para avaliar os fenômenos organizacionais que têm relação com o desempenho das cidades. Para isso, foram investigadas 37 cidades brasileiras com população aproximada de 140 mil habitantes, considerando 29 indicadores de natureza econômica, social e de conservação dos recursos naturais. As observações empíricas mostram que a qualidade dos atributos dos indicadores institucionais explica uma variação signifi cativa do desempenho das cidades, que poderá ser captado por duas dimensões: econômica e social. No entanto, dez indicadores institucionais apresentam alta dessemelhança, o que assinala baixa qualidade dos atributos para representar o desempenho.
Citação ABNT:
PETRY, J. F.; SILVA, M. Z.; BORGES, G. R.; MACHADO, D. D. P. N. A Aplicação de Diferentes Lentes na Compreensão do Desenvolvimento como Crescimento Econômico das Cidades . Amazônia, Organizações e Sustentabilidade, v. 4, n. 2, p. 83-104, 2015.
Citação APA:
Petry, J. F., Silva, M. Z., Borges, G. R., & Machado, D. D. P. N. (2015). A Aplicação de Diferentes Lentes na Compreensão do Desenvolvimento como Crescimento Econômico das Cidades . Amazônia, Organizações e Sustentabilidade, 4(2), 83-104.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.17800/2238-8893/aos.v4n2p83-104
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Tipo de documento:
Artigo
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Português
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