Brazil : The Industry Structure of Banking Services - World Bank
The Brazilian financial system is the largest and most sophisticated in Latin America. This study is organized into five sections after the introduction, in line with the main analytical building blocks, and complemented by appendices that describe methodological aspects in more detail.
Agriculture Productivity Growth in Brazil : Recent Trends and Future ...
This report explains about the agriculture productivity growth in Brazil.Agriculture has been an island of success in terms of productivity growth in the last decades compared to other sectors of the Brazilian economy and compared to other country’s agriculture sector.Agriculture productivity growth in recent decades in Brazil has been mainly …
COVID-19, Labor Market Shocks, Poverty in Brazil : A Microsimulation ...
The analysis, using a microsimulation model which incorporates subnational shocks from a computable general equilibrium growth model, shows that over 30 million workers in Brazil may see significant reductions in their labor income in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Two-thirds of these workers are informal workers or own-account workers ...
Financial Inclusion in Brazil : Building on Success - World Bank
Economic and Sector Work (ESW) Studies » Core Diagnostic Reports » Financial Sector Assessment Program Financial Inclusion in Brazil : Building on Success Show simple item record Show simple item record This item appears in the following Collection (s) Financial Sector Assessment Program Users also downloaded Global Economic Prospects, June 2022
Nature-Related Financial Risks in Brazil - World Bank
Forty-six percent of Brazilian banks’ non-financial corporate loan portfolio is concentrated in sectors highly or very highly dependent on one or more ecosystem services. Output losses associated with the collapse in ecosystem services could translate into a cumulative long-term increase in corporate nonperforming loans of 9 percentage points.
Brazil Low Carbon Case Study : Transport - World Bank
More specifically, this study seeks to highlight low-carbon alternatives for Brazil´s transport sector. These alternatives could contribute positively to the world's climate, as well as benefit Brazil's socio-economic development. The technical inputs for evaluating potential carbon emissions reduction will be submitted to the Brazilian ...
On Defining and Measuring the Informal Sector - World Bank
Recent debate on the reasons for the informal sector has led to renewed focus on how to operationalize the measurement of informal employment. This paper investigates congruence between three empirical measures of the rate of informality using Brazilian household survey data for the period 1992-2004.
Energy : Low Carbon Emissions Scenarios in Brazil - World Bank
This report synthesizes the findings for the energy sector of a broader study, the Brazil low carbon study, which was undertaken by the World Bank in its initiative to support Brazil's integrated effort towards reducing national and global emissions of greenhouse gases while promoting long term development. ... (GHG) emissions in Brazil in the ...
Brazil : The Industry Structure of Banking Services
Understanding the industry structure of banking services in Brazil is an important task both for the financial community at large and for country specialists. The Brazilian financ
Brazil : Managing Water Quality - Mainstreaming the Environment in the ...
This study examines how environmental issues have been addressed in the water sector in Brazil, within the context of activities of the Federal Government, generally, and those implemented under Bank sector operations, in particular. The core focus of the study lies in the management of water quality, as it affects both the users of raw water ...