Systemic analysis of the health sector through the input-output matrix, 2000-2005
Fernando Perobelli (),
Mônica Viegas Andrade,
Edson Domingues (),
Flaviane Sousa Santiago,
Joilson De Assis Cabral and
Lucas Barbosa Rodrigues
Revista CEPAL, 2015
This article provides a systemic analysis of the health sector in Brazil, based on a study of its productive structure and its interactions with the other sectors of the economy. The article draws on unpublished data on the National Health Accounts provided by the Brazilian Geographical and Statistical Institute (ibge); and it proposes a methodology for harmonizing the System of National Accounts (input-output matrix) with the Health Satellite Accounts for 2000 and 2005. This sheds light on the relations that exist between the health sector and the other sectors the economy, through input-output indicators.
Keywords: SALUD; SERVICIOS DE SALUD; ANALISIS DE INSUMO-PRODUCTO; ECONOMIA DE LA SALUD; CUENTAS NACIONALES; MACROECONOMIA; PRODUCTIVIDAD; HEALTH; HEALTH SERVICES; INPUT-OUTPUT ANALYSIS; HEALTH ECONOMICS; NATIONAL ACCOUNTS; MACROECONOMICS; PRODUCTIVITY (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: D57 I10 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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