Banca de DEFESA: JOAO EVANGELISTA PEREIRA

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DISCENTE : JOAO EVANGELISTA PEREIRA
DATA : 23/07/2018
HORA: 09:30
LOCAL: AUDITÓRIO 01 DO NEPSA II
TÍTULO:

MUNICIPALITY CENTRALITY AND INTERDEPENDENCE OF PUBLIC HEALTH EXPENDITURE: EVIDENCE FOR BRAZIL, NORTHEAST AND RIO GRANDE DO NORTE.


PALAVRAS-CHAVES:

spatial interdependence. centrality. public expenditure on health. municipalities.


PÁGINAS: 101
GRANDE ÁREA: Ciências Sociais Aplicadas
ÁREA: Administração
SUBÁREA: Ciências Contábeis
RESUMO:

The present research investigates the determinants of public spending on health, from the point of view of horizontal and vertical spatial interdependence between Brazilian municipalities, with cutouts to the Northeast and Rio Grande do Norte, for the year 2015. The data were collected in IBGE / DATASUS and in the Information System on Public Budgets in Health (SIOPS).In order to approach the results, an empirical-analytical study was performed through cross-section spatial regression. Moran’s I and Gi of Getis and Ord (1992) tests were used to identify the spatial autocorrelations and the process of Baumont (2003) to identify the best fit model. Spatial equations were used in the econometric analysis of the determinants of public expenditure per capita with health, through the Spatial Lag Model (SAR) and the Spatial Error Model (SEM). For the purpose of this study, the centrality component represents the municipalities with the greatest structure to offer goods and services, according to the Central Places Theory (TLC), which considers the relationship of socioeconomic subordination between central and non-central municipalities. As main results, it is observed that the inclusion of the centrality component in the spatial models provides an improvement in the informational level of the public spending model per capita with health and that the per capita expenditure of the central municipalities with the Hospital and Outpatient Caresubfunctionis superior to the non-central ones in all the cutouts studied. In contrast, per capita expenditure in the Basic Attention subfunction is lower in the central municipalities, which may explain a greater demand for services in this subfunction, generating the process of economies of scale. In addition, it was observed that the inclusion of the centrality component in the spatial models provided an increase in the horizontal interdependence of public expenditure per capita in the Basic Attention subfunction, and a reduction in the Hospital and Outpatient Care subfunction. In view of the above, it is concluded that the consideration of central municipalities in the models that seek to explain public expenditure on health generate relevant information. This study may contribute to the public management of the Unified Health System (SUS) by proposing that the existence of horizontal and vertical interrelations between Brazilian municipalities should be considered as an important factor in the allocation of public resources in the health area.


MEMBROS DA BANCA:
Presidente - 1543333 - ANDERSON LUIZ REZENDE MOL
Interno - 1714440 - MAURICIO CORREA DA SILVA
Externo à Instituição - JOSÉ MATIAS PEREIRA - UnB
Notícia cadastrada em: 16/07/2018 11:40
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