O Índice de Desenvolvimento Municipal da Micro e Pequena Empresa (ID-MPE)
Wilhelm Meiners (),
Luiz Esteves (),
Leonardo Leite and
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Leonardo Leite: Instituto Brasileiro da Qualidade e Produtividade (IBQP)
Evânio Felippe: Instituto Brasileiro da Qualidade e Produtividade (IBQP) and Department of Economics, Universidade Federal do Paraná
No 99, Working Papers from Universidade Federal do Paraná, Department of Economics
The promotion of public policy development, focusing on results, needs indicators for the monitoring of its effectiveness. The indices of municipal development, synthetic indices that capture certain aspects of local development, serve as reference for the diagnosis and monitoring of the results of the action of public management, such as important tools for planning. The ID-MPE - Municipal Development Index of Micro and Small Enterprise has as propose to guide the strategies and local policies of economic promotion, aiming to capture the favorable conditions for the establishment and growth of small local businesses. Applying the methodology of the ID-MPE Paraná shows the municipalities with the best business environments for the flourishing of MPE's, and serves as a benchmark for the promotion of local development policies based on the General Law of Micro and Small Enterprise.
Keywords: planning of local development; municipal development index; multivariate statistical analysis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 22 pages
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