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Saretta, Cássia Barbosa
de Carvalho, Fabiana Gomes
de Carvalho, Bruno Eustáquio Ferreira C.
Martins, Wagner de Jesus
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Texto para Discussão, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada (IPEA) 2129
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The long-term plan (LTP) is an important guiding instrument of development. Therefore, this study aimed to analyze the PLP in Brazil to examine the capabilities, resources, the current institutional framework (Secretariat of Strategic Affairs from Presidency of the Republic of Brazil - SAE-PR) and ideal to perform this challenge. The methodological procedures used were: literature review and analysis of online documents confronted with semi-structured interviews with experts in the field of planning interviews. Matus and Godet were used as the theoretical framework. The results indicated that the LTP in the country is quite fragmented and uncoordinated and lacks a greater social participation in its construction. Finally, the work is condensed and prepares contributions in order to strengthen democratic governance for development planning.
long-term planning
Secretariat of Strategic Affairs from Presidency of the Republic of Brazil (SAE-PR)
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