Opportunities for All : Brazil Policy Notes 2022
First is the goal of financing development sustainably given the immediate challenge of situating the country’s enormous growth, inclusion and climate action needs within a credible macroeconomic framework and efficient and effective fiscal policies.
A Reversal in Shared Prosperity in Brazil : Brazil’s Poverty and ...
After boosting Latin America’s reduction in poverty and inequality for the previous decade, Brazil’s 2014-2016 crisis and recovery are a stark departure from the previous decade as Brazil’s inclusive growth turned significantly regressive.
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.
Corporate Governance Country Assessment : Brazil - World Bank
Brazil's experience over the past 10 years has shown the value of corporate governance reforms, both in Brazil and around the world. Good corporate governance enhances investor trust, helps to protects minority shareholders, and can encourage better decision making and improved relations with workers, creditors, and other stakeholders.
IMPACTS AND POLICY RESPONSES - World Bank
on sector, location, revenue structure, initial financial health, and position in the supply chain. In the energy sector, oil producers such as Petrobras have been strongly hit by the oil shock, with impacts on finances, jobs, and royalties paid to states. While consumers— including households, industry, transport and
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Bahia State, Brazil : Ariculture Sector Risk Assessment - World Bank
Risks in Bahia’s agricultural sector are highly concentrated in soybean, maize, cotton, cacao, fruits, vegetables, and beans. There are a number of relatively frequent (1 in 3, 1 in 5 and 1 in 10 year occurrence probability) risks that have moderate expected impact.
The Determinants of Rising Informality in Brazil : Evidence from Gross ...
This paper studies gross worker flows to explain the rising informality in Brazilian metropolitan labor markets from 1983 to 2002. This period covers two economic cycles, several stabilization plans, a far-reaching trade liberalization, and changes in labor legislation through the Constitutional reform of 1988.
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Brazil has a pressing need for better water supply and sanitation services (WSS), but in recent years public investment in the sector has been declining both in ... View more Refine by: Document language en (116) fr (32) es (30) pt (2) Author World Bank (52) World Bank Group (12) Zoellick, Robert B. (6) Greaney, Vincent (3)
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