Capacidade Gerencial dos Prefeitos e o Desempenho de Municípios Brasileiros Outros Idiomas

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47011
Resumo:
Nós testamos a influência da capacidade gerencial no desempenho organizacional empregando dados em painel de 827 (dentre 853) cidades brasileiras do Estado de Minas Gerais num período de seis anos (2005- 2010). A comparação dentro do país e dentro do estado é um controle para potenciais variáveis institucionais, históricas e culturais. Capacidade gerencial local é avaliada em termos do nível educacional e experiência do prefeito (experiência em cargos públicos e reeleição), o desempenho municipal é operacionalizado em termos de arrecadação de IPTU per capta e arrecadação de IPTU em relação ao total da Receita. O estudo compreende os quatro anos da administração 2005-2008 e os dois primeiros anos da administração 2009-2012. Após testar os efeitos dos fatores políticos, econômicos e ideológicos e controlando outros fatores relacionados ao município, nós descobrimos, ao contrário de nossas expectativas, que a capacidade gerencial do prefeito falha em explicar a variância da arrecadação de IPTU. Fatores políticos (suporte legislativo e ciclo eleitoral) parecem ser bem mais fortemente correlacionados com arrecadação de IPTU. Especificamente, nos municípios em que o prefeito goza de apoio partidário na Câmara dos Vereadores a arrecadação de IPTU é maior. Além disso, ao comparar com os três primeiros anos da administração, o último ano as prefeituras tendem a reduzir a arrecadação de impostos.
Citação ABNT:
AVELLANEDA, C.; GOMES, R. C. Mayoral Quality and Municipal Performance in Brazilian Local Governments. Organizações & Sociedade, v. 24, n. 83, p. 555-579, 2017.
Citação APA:
Avellaneda, C., & Gomes, R. C. (2017). Mayoral Quality and Municipal Performance in Brazilian Local Governments. Organizações & Sociedade, 24(83), 555-579.
DOI:
10.1590/1984-9240831
Link Permanente:
http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/47011/capacidade-gerencial-dos-prefeitos-e-o-desempenho-de-municipios-brasileiros/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Inglês
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