Diferenças de Renda Emprego e Desigualdade Entre os Municípios Brasileiros no Período de 1991 a 2000
João Carlos R. Magalhães
Raquel A. Rabelo
This paper describes the differences between Brazilian municipalities in per capita income, participation of salaries in total income, participation of transferences in total income, percentage of working population, income inequality inside the municipality and poverty tax, using data from the 1991 and 2000. This description reviews great economic and social differences between Brazilian municipalities and the increase in the territorial salaries differences. The estimation of correlation coefficients reveals that the most correlated variable with the decrease in the poverty tax was the increase in per capita income, meanwhile the increase in the participation of government transfers in the municipality income was negatively correlated with the decrease in the poverty tax.
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