Economy & Energy
No 28: October - November 2001   ISSN 1518-2932

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Energy and Emissions Matrix:

Agriculture and Husbandry Sectors

Capital/Product Ratio in Brazil and in OECD Countries

Industrial Sector

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Capital/Product Ratio in Brazil and in OECD Countries

The Capital Productivity (inverse of the Capital/Product ratio) has been decreasing in Brazil as well as in several OECD countries. In countries where capital is scarce this can represent an important hindrance to growth. Brazil has reached a capital/product ratio similar to that of developed countries without reaching their development level. This represents a loss of a comparative advantage that might attract investments. The United States of America present a productivity superior to that of other developed countries and even that of Brazil. A sectorial analysis permits to identify causes for the evolution of this parameter in developed countries. The changes assigned to the capital content by aggregated value are compared to those due to alteration of the sectorial structure in the GDP.

Energy and Emissions Matrix

Sectorial Module of e&e Energy and Emissions Matrix

The Sectorial Module in the projection of the Energy Matrix carried out by e&e, using a scenario for the GDP,  permits to build a scenario for the participation of the main economy sectors in the GDP. The historical evolution in Brazil and of other countries is used to evaluate the future participation. Basic values to be used in the projections’ reference scenario are given. Based on the extrapolation of Equivalent Energy/Product coefficients, the energy demand is then projected. The participation of energy sources is projected based on historical values and by comparison with other countries. The values are converted to Final Energy and the emissions that cause the greenhouse effect are calculated using coefficients supplied by the Ministry of Science and Technology. The projections are for the 2000/2020 period. 

In the present issue we present the results for :

Agriculture and Husbandry Sector

Industrial Sector 

A Description of the Sectorial Module was presented in No 27

Some relevant Information about Rationing

SIN (National  Interconnected System ) Reservoirs

Daily situation of the main reservoirs – OSN (Electrical System National Operator) Values

OSN Page 



Electrical Energy Crisis Management Chamber

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