A articulação e a coordenação de políticas públicas de desenvolvimento regional: os encontros e desencontros na RIDE/DF
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Universidade Federal de Goiás
The National Policy for Regional Development (PNDR) has as its main focus the combat against asymmetries in the Brazilian territory. In this way and also to promote integrated actions to regional development, the PNDR brings the possibility to create priority regions to head the government actions. Through the Decree nº 7.469/2011, the Integrated Development Region of the Federal District and Surroundings (RIDE/DF) was created and delimited the participation of the Federal District, the states of Goiás and Minas Gerais. The RIDE/DF has as a main goal the seek for integration actions to achieve common objectives in shared areas and promote the development of the municipalities around the national capital, Brasilia. Thus, this study sought to analyze how the public policies in the scope of the RIDE/DF brought the conditions for the regional development. In this case, as a research strategy, was adopted the data collection from semi-structured interviews, policy documentation and census data. The content analysis was performed with NVivo software, in the results investigation and research orientation. Based on the theoretical basis, categories of analysis were created to characterize the study. The process of elaborating the RIDE/DF (formulation, implementation and evaluation) was investigated and verified that the actions in the scope of the public policy occurred with non-integrated planning, high expenditure in specific demands, poor articulation at the local level and concentration of resources in some municipalities. It was concluded that the disarticulation interferes negatively in the regional development processes on the context of the RIDE/DF, as the municipalities continue with high asymmetries when compared with each other and the Federal District.
ALMEIDA, Ana Flávia. A articulação e a coordenação de políticas públicas de desenvolvimento regional: os encontros e desencontros na RIDE/DF. 2018. 130 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Administração) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2018.