5 edition of Frontier development policy in Brazil found in the catalog.
|Statement||Dennis J. Mahar.|
|LC Classifications||HC188.A5 M3313 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 182 p. :|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||78019750|
Read this book on Questia. In a timely look at Amazonian development, the authors focus on the effects of colonization on indigenous populations, on settlement of the Amazon region, on environmental issues of resource management and agriculture, and on prospects . STRUCTURAL CHANGE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: IS BRAZIL CATCHING UP OR FALLING BEHIND? André Nassif,* Carmem Feijó** and Eliane Araújo*** Abstract We present a Kaldor-Thirlwall theoretical and empirical framework on the basic driving forces of the behaviour of productivity and economic development in the long-run. By calculating the so-. Family and Frontier in Colonial Brazil Santana de Paraíba, By Alida C. Metcalf their family strategies became a cultural inheritance that shaped the community and the development of the western frontier. Moreover, given the continued expansion of the agricultural frontier into the modern Amazon basin, the survival strategies of Price: $ Chapter 9: Stabilization Policies and Regional Development in Brazil Chapter The Use of Native Forests versus Economic Growth in Brazil: Is it Possible to Reach a Balance? Chapter Regional Development and Agricultural Expansion in Brazil’s Author: Charles C. Mueller.
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Frontier development policy in Brazil. New York: Praeger, (OCoLC) Material Type. Dennis J. Mahar is the author of Government Policies & Deforestation in Brazil's Amazon Region ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Fr 4/5(1).
Space Policy in Developing Countries (Space Power and Politics) The author categorizes each space program into tiers of development based not only on the level of technology utilised, but on how each fits within the country’s overall national security and/or development policies.
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Like the original dissertation, Family and Frontier in Colonial Brazil reconstructs family life by social class: the slaveowning planters, the families of the free poor (or peasantry), and the families of slaves.
But in order to uncover larger historical patterns, it extends the time frame to include the seventeenth as well as the eighteenth. Brazilian agriculture has experienced significant growth in the Frontier development policy in Brazil book four decades. Between andtotal agricultural production in Brazil grew fourfold, with an annual average growth rate of %, making it a top-five producer of 36 commodities globally by Book Description: The Amazon, the world's largest rain forest, is the last frontier in Brazil.
The settlement of large and small farmers, squatters, miners, and loggers in this frontier during the Frontier development policy in Brazil book thirty years has given rise to violent conflicts over land as Frontier development policy in Brazil book as environmental duress.
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The authors provide a careful and largely convincing theoretical and empirical analysis of both the evolution of property rights to land and the determinants of violent conflict on the Brazilian frontier This book is essential reading for development economists, economic historians, public choice economists, serious environmental.
Despite the title, this is not a book about cities on the frontiers of Brazil; it is about regional development, with little direct reference to cities. The chapter on Amazonia, for instance, does not even mention Manaus.
Both the style and the contents indicate a lineage traceable to lecture notes in Cited by: The Frontier Thesis or Turner Thesis, is the argument advanced by historian Frederick Jackson Turner in that American democracy was formed by the American frontier.
He stressed the process—the moving frontier line—and the impact it had on pioneers going through the process. He also stressed results, especially that American democracy was the primary result, along with egalitarianism. Before Brasília: Frontier Life in Central Brazil.
In this Book. Additional Information. grew throughout Brazil, so did resistance and violent opposition to slavery. This comprehensive work explores the development of frontier violence and the enslavements that ultimately led to the consolidation of white rule over a majority population of Cited by: 1.
Uniting specific Brazilian applications of more general principles of natural resource and environmental valuation to support policy-making for land use and economic development, Natural Resource Valuation and Policy in Brazil shows how such methods support efforts to incorporate environmental concerns in decision-making processes.
Julie Michelle Klinger (bornRockford, Illinois) is a geographer at the University of Delaware. She was formerly Assistant Professor of International Relations at the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University. She was also an associate director of the Land Use and Livelihoods Initiative (LULI) at the university's Global Development Policy Center (GDP Center).Alma mater: Sarah Lawrence College, University.
This book analyses the rationale and history of space programs in countries of the developing world. Space was at one time the sole domain of the wealthiest developed countries.
However, the last couple of decades of the twentieth century and the first decade of the twenty-first century have witnessed the number of countries with state. InArgentina was a wealthy nation on the brink of industrialization. Industrial Development in a Frontier Economy examines Argentina's failure over the next forty years to develop an efficient manufacturing sector, even as countries in similar circumstances—Meiji Japan, Brazil, and Mexico—successfully modernized their economies.
“The New Sustainable Frontier” is a publication of the Office of Governmentwide Policy’s (OGP) Office of Real Property Management of the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), Washington, DC. OGP is led by Associate Administrator Michael J. Robertson, and Principal Deputy Associate Administrator Stanley F.
Kaczmarczyk. Family and Frontier in Colonial Brazil was originally published by the University of California Press in Alida Metcalf has written a new preface for this first paperback edition.
"This is an exciting book, indeed a pathbreaking book, for it opens new vistas in the history of colonial Latin America Metcalf skillfully uses the history of one frontier region to.
While the remainder of the work is of modest historiographic significance, the second part of the book has general policy relevance. Foweraker has revealed an important truth—that in many parts of the Brazilian frontier, peasants are being terrorized, killed, and driven off land they have farmed for by: Sincethe Brazilian government renewed its focus on infrastructure as the basis for its Amazon development policy in an updated version of policies that led to frontier expansion in the past.
land conﬂicts among actors on the ground interacted with shifting national policy debates. Nearly a half-decade of ﬁeld research in São Félix is combined with data from a ﬁeld ‘revisit’ to situate the current ‘greening’ of policy and discourse within the longer term history of frontier development, revealing positive social andCited by: 4.
Book Description Table of Contents Author(s) Book Description Following the revolution in Bolivia, both state and international aid agencies channelled capital and technology to regional elites for the development of large-scale cash-crop agriculture in the lowland frontier.
determinants of violent conflict on the Brazilian frontier. Although the book. has important policy implications — most notably that a failure of private. property rights, and not corporate capitalism, is probably the main threat to.
the Amazon rain forest — the authors downplay policy analysis in favor of. hypothesis testing. In Search of the Amazon Brazil, the United States, and the Nature of a Region.
This book is a must have for all those interested in development policy in the Amazon." Professor of History at the University of Texas, Austin. He is the author of Indigenous Struggle at the Heart of Brazil: State Policy, Frontier Expansion, and the Xavante Author: Seth Garfield. This book analyses the rationale and history of space programs in countries of the developing world.
Space was at one time the sole domain of the wealthiest developed countries. However, the last couple of decades of the twentieth century and the first decade of the twenty-first century have witnessed the number of countries with state Cited by: This book deals with the economics of establishing a frontier by conquest or by peaceful settlement, the costs involved, and the optimum extension of the territory.
The opening chapters discuss the most relevant literature about frontiers – conceptual, theoretical and empirical – and introduce the fundamental theoretical model for extending.
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urbanization anD DeveloPment i Policy leSSonS from tHe bricS exPerience Published by iieD, December The review aims to gauge urbanization’s role in the development efforts of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa and to identify the key policy and on related research summarised in the book The New Global Frontier File Size: KB.
This need is answered in The Political Economy of Brazil, a groundbreaking study of late twentieth-century Brazilian issues from a policy perspective. The book was an outgrowth of a year-long policy research project undertaken jointly by the Lyndon B.
Johnson School of Public Affairs and the Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American. Africa may well be the last frontier in the global economy.
This matters because as the West continues its slow recovery, Africa is positioned to catch up. The development of the BRICS has allowed for investment on the continent, however, if progress is to be made, Africans have to undergo a paradigm shift. Space Policy in Developing Countries: The Search for Security and Development on the Final Frontier - CRC Press Book This book analyses the rationale and history of space programs in countries of the developing world.
Space was at one time the sole domain of the wealthiest developed countries. POPULATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT YVES BIZIEN, University of Dakar, Senegal Now Avkihle as pp> I ( NN ()-() -( as S19 95 FRONTIER DEVELOPMENT POLICY IN BRAZIL A Study of the Amazon Experience DENNIS J.
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The use of the term development to refer to national economic growth emerged in the United States beginning in the s and in association with a key American foreign policy concern: how to shape the future of the newly independent states in ways that would ensure. Downloadable (with restrictions).
The ‘frontier’ is central to a new wave of development scholarship, but the broad deployment of the concept has blurred several key dimensions of frontier development. We focus on the Brazilian Amazon to synthesize classical frontier theory and emerging perspectives with special attention to the role of governance in frontier by: 5.
Indigenous Struggle at the Heart of Brazil: State Policy, Frontier Expansion, and the Xavante Indians, of Brazilian Indians as symbols of a united multiracial nation-state at the same time the government was committed to frontier development and Indian pacification.
Government officials, Indianists, missionaries, miners, ranchers Author: Xenia V. Wilkinson. Free Online Library: Indigenous Struggle at the Heart of Brazil: State Policy, Frontier Expansion, and the Xavante Indians, (Reviews).(Book Review) by "Journal of Social History"; Sociology and social work Book reviews Books.
Regional Development Strategies and Economic Exploitation Policies in Amazonia: Recent Trends in Spatial Organization of a Tropical Frontier Region in Brazil.
Industrialization of Brazilian Agriculture and Debilitation of the Amazon Frontier. Technology and the Relationships of the Brazilian and Amazonian Growth Models. Rethinking Regional Development Policy-making This report takes stock of discussions held between academics and country practitioners during a series of seminars organised in by the OECD and the European Commission that focused on opportunities to improve the design and delivery of regional development policies.
Indigenous Struggle at the Heart of Brazil: State Policy, Frontier Expansion, and the Xavante Indians, Seth Garfield. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, Author: Miles Kenney-Lazar.Data, research and country reviews on innovation including innovation in science and technology, research and knowledge management, public sector innovation and e-government., In this volume, the OECD and the World Bank jointly take stock of how globalisation is posing new challenges for innovation and growth in both developed and developing countries, and how countries are coping with them.