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A Relação das Instituições com o Progresso Tecnológico e o Crescimento Econômico

Luccas Assis Attílio

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O artigo é um survey sobre a relação das instituições com o progresso tecnológico e o crescimento econômico com o intuito de denotar a importância das especificidades de cada Estado para o seu desenvolvimento institucional. O governo é considerado peça fundamental para guiar o processo de formação e transformação do atual quadro institucional, cabendo aos formuladores de política a responsabilidade de construir um ambiente propício para o crescimento econômico. Por fim, políticas econômicas que não são elaboradas em consonância com o contexto de cada nação são criticadas por negligenciarem fatores institucionais.


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Instituições; Progresso Tecnológico; Crescimento Econômico.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18542/cepec.v4i7-12.6890

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