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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.12.2006.tde-29102006-224418
Document
Author
Full name
Luis Roberto Inui
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2006
Supervisor
Committee
Cruz, Helio Nogueira da (President)
Presser, Mario Ferreira
Santos, Raul Cristovao dos
Title in Portuguese
Considerações evolucionárias em um modelo de desenvolvimento com oferta ilimitada de mão-de-obra
Keywords in Portuguese
Desenvolvimento econômico
Mão-de-obra excedente
Mercado de trabalho
Tecnologia
Abstract in Portuguese
Este texto faz uma re-leitura do modelo dual proposto por Lewis em 1954 (1) adicionando considerações sobre a competição entre firmas, o progresso tecnológico e sobre alguns outros elementos do comportamento mercado de trabalho (mobilidade, qualificação e dinâmica salarial). O texto tem como objetivo é propor elementos à serem incorporados a dinâmica original, de forma a tentar entender se, em uma dinâmica de desenvolvimento como esta, existe possibilidade de que excessos de oferta de mão-de-obra persistam, resistindo a acumulação de capital.
Title in English
Evolutionary observations in a developing model with unlimited supplies of labor
Keywords in English
Development economics
Labor Market
Technology
Unlimited supplies of Labor
Abstract in English
This dissertation reviews the dual economy model presented by Lewis in 1954 (1), adding to the discussion aspects about the competitive dynamics between firms, technological progress, and other elements of the labor market (labor mobility, qualification and wage dynamics). Its goal is to propose new elements that could, once incorporated into the original model, explain the possibility of a persistent labor surplus (a surplus that would be resistant to the accumulation process).
 
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Publishing Date
2006-12-07
 
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