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Since the last edition of our publication MacroDev Semestrial in February 2023, international economic developments have remained eventful and intense, against the backdrop of the continued global geopolitical reconfiguration. They are not without consequences for emerging and developing...
Published in July 2023
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The AFD and The FFEM launched the multi-country project TerrIndigena, which aims to support the organizational processes of 18 indigenous communities in the Amazon in three countries: Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. This initiative is developed in collaboration with the Gaia Amazonas...
Published in December 2022
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An increased recourse to financing from the domestic banking sector has proved to be an important source of resilience for many developing countries in their efforts to face expenditures generated by the Covid-19 crisis. The second issue of MacroDev Semestrial Panorama offers an analysis of the...
Published in February 2022
This paper exposes the measures extended to informal workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. The study analyzes two South-American countries which have a high percentage of informality, Colombia and Brazil. We study the implications of the expansion of the social assistance programs of these two...
Published in January 2022
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Financing the implementation of the seventeen Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has been a development challenge since the establishment of the 2030 Agenda – especially under the unequal circumstances imposed by COVID-19. This paper aims to better inform this debate by highlighting the nature...
Published on 28 Oct 2020
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Brazil has achieved significant advances in climate mitigation by reducing its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the last decade. Additionally, Brazil commits to furthering its actions through the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC), issued during the Paris Agreement. The country also...
Published in October 2019
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This paper analyzes the impact of large scale investments on transport infrastructure on the spatial evolution of the productive structure in Brazil, in particular the industry/service mix. It does so using municipal-level data from the census between 1970 and 2010, a period over which the road...
Published in April 2019
Among the essential public utilities, sanitation and wastewater services present forms of organization and management that have contributed to make it low on the agenda of policy makers when it comes to the development of infrastructures. Backlogs in the provision of services to populations in...
Published in August 2018
The international community will be gathering at the 8th World Water Forum in Brasilia (18 - 23 March 2018) to discuss water, a vital resource. The situation is urgent: over 2 billion men, women and children have limited access to drinking water and 4.5 billion do not have toilets connected to...
Published in March 2018
Consulted 65 times
Mixing economic growth with low-carbon objectives entails multidimensional challenges among which a shift in employment and a rapid transformation of infrastructure are involved. The aim of this paper is to provide a data-driven analysis to strengthen our understanding of what a low-carbon...
Published on 14 Dec 2017
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Climate change has become the most important global issue of our time and now occupies a key place on the global governance agenda. Recent attempts to create a concrete framework for mitigation have fallen short. This failure has been explored in a number of studies. These have mostly focused on...
Published in October 2012
Consulted 77 times
During the past twenty years, participation of the private sector in the field of essential services has been a topic of much discussion, allowing the expression of very different viewpoints and the multiplication of disciplinary approaches around this question. However, little work has been...
Published in April 2012
Consulted 11554 times
In this paper, we inquire into how “community participation” (CP) played out in the creation of the Pantanal Regional Park (PRP), a large-scale participatory initiative launched in 1998 in the Brazilian portion of the world’s largest wetland. This paper identifies the strategic significance of CP...
Published in January 2010
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