Researches

2020

  • August/2020

    According to estimates from FGV Social based on declared earnings in Income Tax registries over total population projections in each locality, the Brazilian State’s Capital with the highest income per inhabitant is Florianópolis (R$ 3,998/month), followed by Porto Alegre and Vitória.

    Themes / Subthemes
    Income and Welfare > Inequality, wealth and opportunities
  • August/2020

    An empirical assessment on Brazilian economic classes based on factual data collected during the Covid-19 pandemic shows that the number of poor Brazilians has decreased by 13.1 million individuals between 2019 and July 2020 (considering poor those individuals with per capita income below ½ m

    Themes / Subthemes
    Income and Welfare > Inequality and Poverty Society Econometrics > Demography and Diversity
  • April/2020

    Who are the elderly Brazilians? How do they live? Where do they live? (evidence by countries, Brazilian states, capital cities, municipalities and critical neighbourhoods).

    Themes / Subthemes
    Income and Welfare > Inequality, wealth and opportunities Society Econometrics > Demography and Diversity

2019

  • November/2019

    PNADC microdata reveals that young people were the biggest losers of labor income from 2014 to 2019. Other groups traditionally excluded such as illiterates, blacks and residents of the North and Northeast regions had income reductions at least twice as high as the general average.

    Themes / Subthemes
    Income and Welfare > Inequality and Poverty, Inequality, wealth and opportunities Labour & Production > Employment and Productivity Society Econometrics > Demography and Diversity

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