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INDUSTRIAL COMPETITIVENESS IN BRAZIL TEN YEARS AFTER ECONOMIC LIBERALIZATION • Coutinho, Mariano Laplane, David Kupfer and Elizabeth Farina. sias e quase-fatos, Economia brasileira em perspectiva, vol 2,. Brasilia. In: Kupfer, David; Hasenclever, Lia (Org.). Economia Industrial. Disponível em: pdf>. economia industrial david kupfer pdf. Quote. Postby Just» Sat Mar 2, am. Looking for economia industrial david kupfer pdf. Will be grateful for any.

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Considering this information, it is emphasized that the state of Mato Grosso has the economic base directed to the agricultural industry and its processes, complemented by the extraction and derivatives, with direct implication in the formation of their economies. The data presented in Table 2 shows that the most industrialized states of Brazil, in terms of number of industries, employment generation and net sales revenue, are in the southeast and south of the country, respectively.

Regarding the Midwest, where the economic base is mainly focused on agribusiness, food processing and agribusiness inputs, one can infers that the state of Mato Grosso has its deserved attention.

Its vocation to agro based economy is linked mainly to its geographical and cultural features. Mato Grosso industry has as its leader the processing industry, especially the industrialization of: vegetable oil refining, slaughter of cattle, alcohol production, ferti- lizers, wood products, animal feed, rice processing, manufacturing of malt, beer, soda and the like, and also cement, and has shown annual growth rates.

This brings the state together with the neighboring Mato Grosso do Sul, for the ranking of the largest pro- ducers in the country SEPLAN, , a study from to The wood industry, strong in the northern part otthe state, had a decrease for the period analyzed by SEPLAN between and The operations started in with Operation Curupira, sought to inhibit the illegal and irresponsible wood extraction in the region.

Such actions, taken with environmental control agencies, made several timber companies shut down upsta- te, thereby creating delays for clearance of projects of sustainable management, permits RACE, Unoesc, v. These actions by the federal and state governments have forced a change in the profile of the economy and industrial enterprises in the northern region of Mato Gros- so, which has been perceived since until the year , toward economic activities mainly in trade, education and agribusiness food industries.

It can be seen from Table 3 that in the manufacturing industry accounted for In the ranking of activities, in percentage terms, only were lower than those economic activities linked to agriculture, forestry and logging. These, are directly linked to agribusiness except forestry. The main segments are in Cuiaba food and beverage, printing and reproduction graphic park and the garment industry.

Rondonopolis is in the second position of most industrialized towns and has units installed, with em- phasis on food and beverage, industrial industry machinery and equipment , chemicals, nonmetallic mineral products.

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With the third largest industrial state, is the city of Varzea 99 Ronald T. The main industries are wood products, food and beverages, nonmetallic mineral products among others. Figure 1 shows the regions and municipalities of greater significance in the industrial sector of the state of Mato Grosso.

In the group of mineral extraction industries are: coal extraction - 18 companies, oil drilling and related services - 1 company, mineral extraction - 58 companies; ex- traction of non-metallic minerals - companies.

We highlight the manufacturing indus- try related to agriculture and livestock. The sector generated 28, jobs in , evolving to , jobs in The sector represents It is noteworthy that in this context, observing the Schumpeterian view, the number of industries in the state of Mato Grosso presents dynamic and fast-paced development, considering that the state in terms of production and integration in na- tional and international economy has only been prominent in the last 40 years.

The production processes are changing and innovation, sources of raw materials and pro- duction processes consider geographic and cultural vocations through the process of adaptation of local peculiarities. For Schumpeter , social trends, changes in economic scenarios and models of society, development of productive forces based on Marxist society are influenced by the processes of innovation in terms of markets, companies and products.

Whereas in terms of the outlook for industry in Mato Grosso, there are such factors, observing the formation originated from historical and economic process of constant and recent innovation in socie- RACE, Unoesc, v. In this sense, innovation is constantly seeking extraordinary profit as obtaining competitive advantage among actors companies to differentiate from each other, both in terms of technology, market factors processes, products, materials, organiza- tion, customers, competitors , after-sales and others POSSAS, , p.

With this triggering the creation of compe- titive advantage. Innovation, when introduced, change roles of market players, changing environ- ments and forms of selection, competition in the markets.

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To this Possas resu- ming studies of Josef Steindl , reports that the role of economies of scale, the profits generated by innovation, larger firms have differences in costs and profits, allowing greater accumulation of capital than smaller firms. For Costa , p. Thus, the economic evolution occurs by discontinuities in this situation and due to the introduction of novelties, innovation, to facilitate the functioning of the system.

In relation to innovation, Richardson , states that multinational compa- nies, factors such as form of cooperation, organization, planning and pricing policies among others, lead to competitive advantages challenges in the internationalization of business , can have on innovation a justification for profit and capital accumulation over competitors.

For the industries in the state of Mato Grosso, these factors are privileges for transnational corporations that dominate in particular the agribusiness sector. It should be noted what Nelson says about innovation, new technologies and the involvement of public entities, either governmental institutions or universities that assist firms in the economic process of transformation of new technologies and the resulting industrial innovation.

In this particular, based on what claims Nelson , about innovation, the analysis developed in this study allow us to observe that there is a tentative engage- ment between public authorities, universities and funding agencies for research and data generation, about which more significant economic processes are of low number of records and information, as well are of three years outdated.

Warn of new knowledge that is generated from past practice of science, citing the example of the modern chemical industry that comes from ancient alchemy, the modern biology that derives from studies on humans, ani- mals, plants and diseases, as practiced by ancient civilizations, such as in Asia. Many technological developments have evolved in the twentieth century. The disciplines themselves are interrelated chemistry, physics, biology, mathematics, mo- deling studies, etc. The numbers of slaughter of animals - cattle and pig - are also significant.

This growth, according to projections from the IMEA, should happen by the use of degraded lands to production areas, because previous studies show that there are about 9 million hectares suitable for this conversion.

For livestock production, the growth will come by the intensification of beef cattle and especially the transformation of plant protein into animal protein, in the state IMEA, The significant growth changes the scenario of the state: more roads, more infra-structure, more technology, air connection with all states and major cities in Brazil and mainly standing out for its modernization and progress IMEA, Agribusiness caused severe economic and social spatial transformation in the state of Mato Grosso.

The production of grains and animals projected the state internationally and the image witnessed by the third millennium is a huge construction site, in most areas of Mato Grosso. For the Federation of Industries of the State of Mato Grosso - FIEMT , the future holds excellent growth perspective for the state, and among the growth stra- tegies of the organization support innovation and to stimulate private investment are factors which greatly contribute greatly to the attainment of the growth objectives.

It should be noted that the economic outlook of the Midwest of Brazil, there is the potential for activities related to agribusiness, caused by socio- cultural and economic colonization, and geographical aspects and still an recent and under construction social history, especially when compared to regions with a historical background and most developed economy.

You are in demand and energy production, in which Mato Grosso is a the po- tential supplier in its hydraulic potential, biofuels, expansion of construction, tourism potentialities of the state and the abundance of its natural resources, based on forestry and mining, and especially in the manufacturing industry adding value to agribusiness, tourism and services economy expanding in different regions of the state.

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The potential of agribusiness, particularly for agro-industries becomes evident, tur- ning to developed and emerging world economies overall exports increase , productivity levels unimagined at the beginning of the economic exploration of the state, which curren- tly pose the state leadership, only alternating with Parana and Rio Grande do Sul, traditional producers of soybean and corn.

It initially presented geological conditions of poor soil nutrients and low and short productivity, exhausting in a few years the natural production potential.

However, biotechnology put the state at the forefront and studies presented, re- fering to reflections and records of a booming economy in different segments and cultures. As a limitation of this study in relation to a major update of indicators on the industry of the State of Mato Grosso, a factor that could inspire further investigation of this nature to scholars and researchers, due to the diversity of economic activities that can be developed in this region of Brazil.

Growth rates in the state of the economy are inciting, the data refer to a thriving future and featured in national and international economy. Closing with the idea that the information recorded here is optimistic for an economic environment with potential for expansion and innovation in industries of Mato Grosso, but the lack of qualified people, integration of public forces, educational institutions and institutes of science RACE, Unoesc, v.

Notes 1 Possas , p. Mitos, Riscos Ambientais e Alternativas. Mato Grosso. The Transaction cost theory of the multinational enterprise. The nature of the transaction firm.For livestock production, the growth will come by the intensification of beef cattle and especially the transformation of plant protein into animal protein, in the state IMEA, It is noteworthy that in this context, observing the Schumpeterian view, the number of industries in the state of Mato Grosso presents dynamic and fast-paced development, considering that the state in terms of production and integration in na- tional and international economy has only been prominent in the last 40 years.

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