DESIGUALDADE SOCIAL E FINANCIAMENTO DE CAMPANHAS NOS MUNICÍPIOS BRASILEIROS

Autores

Palavras-chave:

Financiamento de Campanha, Desigualdade de Renda, Lobby, Eleições, Brasil

Resumo

A literatura recente de economia política sugere que alta desigualdade de renda faz com que diferentes classes sociais aumentem suas contribuições para campanhas eleitorais. Este estudo examina o impacto da desigualdade nos custos das eleições municipais no Brasil. Modelos econométricos de efeitos fixos estimados com dados de painel para as eleições municipais brasileiras de 2004 a 2016 confirmam que municípios mais desiguais tendem a apresentar eleições mais caras tanto para campanhas de prefeitos quanto para de vereadores.

Biografia do Autor

Felipe Yudi Yamashita Roviello, Universidade de Brasí­lia

Mestrando em economia na Universidade de Brasí­lia

Maurí­cio Soares Bugarin, Universidade de Brasí­lia

Mauricio Soares Bugarin is full professor at the Economics Department of the University of Brasilia, Brasilia, Brazil. He received his PhD from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1997 and is currently Leader of the Economics and Politics Research Group at the University of Brasilia. From 2006 to 2011 he was full professor of Economics at Insper Institute, São Paulo, Brazil, where he served as the director of undergraduate studies in Economics and created the joint degree program in Economics and Business Administration.

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Publicado

2022-03-14

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Roviello, F. Y. Y., & Bugarin, M. S. (2022). DESIGUALDADE SOCIAL E FINANCIAMENTO DE CAMPANHAS NOS MUNICÍPIOS BRASILEIROS. E-Legis - Revista Eletrônica Do Programa De Pós-Graduação Da Câmara Dos Deputados, 15(37), 262–298. Recuperado de https://e-legis.camara.leg.br/cefor/index.php/e-legis/article/view/740

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Dossiê Sistema Polí­tico Brasileiro - CEFOR / IMPA / EPRG-UnB