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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Cerrados - Documentos (INFOTECA-E)
Date Issued: 2004
Type of Material: Documentos (INFOTECA-E)
Authors: HAYES, K. M.
BARROS, C. J. da S.
SILVA, M. R. da
GASTAL, M. L.
RIBEIRO, J. F.
Title: Construção de indicadores de desenvolvimento social.
Publisher: Planaltina, DF: Embrapa Cerrados, 2004.
Pages: 52 p.
Series/Report no.: (Embrapa Cerrados. Documentos, 113).
Language: pt_BR
Keywords: Socioeconomia
Estudo regional
Desenvolvimento socioeconômico
Característica da população
Socioeconomic
Regional study
Demographic census
Living standards.
Description: ABSTRACT: The project "Conservation and Management of the Biodiversity of the Cerrado biome - CMBBC", chose as its regional study area, the geographical region of northeastern Goiás called Paranã-Pirineus. One of the initial tasks of this project was the socioeconomic characterization of the 34 cities and towns (municipalities) which comprise the Paranã-Pirineus regional study area. In order to compare these cities and towns and identify those most in need of assistance, four indices were constructed: a health development index, educational development index, sanitary development index and an economic development index, using data from the last Brazilian demographic census. These four indices were later combined to yield a socioeconomic development index, which was used to compare the cities and towns and to select those most in need of assistance. The present document describes how the above mentioned indices were constructed and used to choose the cities and towns where the activities of the CMBBC Project will be concentrated.
Thesagro: Censo Demográfico
Cerrado
Nível de Vida.
NAL Thesaurus: population characteristics
socioeconomic development.
Data Documento: 2005-09-19
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