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Title: Estudo sobre as vantagens comparativas reveladas do Brasil no acrônimo BRICS
Other Titles: Study on comparative advantages revealed in Brazil in the BRICS acronym
Keywords: Vantagem Comparativa Revelada
Brasil - Exportação
Recursos naturais
Comparative Advantage Revealed
Brazil - Export
Natural resources
Issue Date: Feb-2022
Publisher: Universidade Federal de Rondônia (UNIR)
Citation: QUERINO, F. F.; CRUZ, K. K. da; CALEGARIO, C. L. L. Estudo sobre as vantagens comparativas reveladas do Brasil no acrônimo BRICS. Revista de Administração e Negócios da Amazônia, Porto Velho, v. 13, n. 3, p. 181-197, set./dez. 2021. DOI: 10.18361/2176-8366/rara.v13n3p181-197.
Abstract: World trade is undergoing a massive transformation in terms of geopolitics, economics, organization and distribution of production. In this scenario, as emerging economies Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) have conquered a prominent role in the production of goods and services. Cooperation between the five economies that choose the BRICS acronym can be beneficial to member countries. Brazil has shown growth, since trade liberalization together with the economic growth seen in the first decade of the 2000s. Given the unique characteristics of Brazil's performance in world trade, this research verifies in which sectors Brazil has Comparative Comparative Advantages and which are the factors of production that must be expansive to guarantee such an advantage. For that, the work indicators were used, the models of Revealed Comparative Advantage, Export effort index and Import Dependency Coefficient will be used. The results induced that the sectors that most contributed to the performance of Brazilian exports, the animal, food, intermediate products, raw material, transport, vegetables and wood sectors stand out, which were the sectors that in Brazil has VCRS in relation to the countries of the acronym BRICS. Another important point is that these sectors are expansive in natural resources and economies of scale, which are determining and abundant factors in the Brazilian economy.
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