Resumo em Inglês

Luis Fernando Novoa Garzon
Doutor em Planejamento Urbano e Regional pelo IPPUR/UFRJ. Professor da Universidade Federal de Rondônia (UNIR) vinculado ao Departamento de Ciências Sociais.

Igor Laltuf Marques
Mestre em Planejamento Urbano e Regional do PPG-PUR do IPPUR/UFRJ

Daniele Severo da Silva
Mestranda em Direitos Humanos e Desenvolvimento da Justiça, pela Universidade Federal de Rondônia.

Maíra Silva Ribeiro
Graduada em Ciências Biológicas pela Universidade Federal de Rondônia

Royalties and the dependence of the commodity economy in the cities of the Legal Amazon

The Amazon region has served to deepen the neo-extractivist productive profile of Brazil and the Latin American continent. Profile that increasingly depends on the flexibilization of territorial rights and environmental regulations and the precariousness of the workforce. It is in this context of social decomposition and environmental devastation that it intends to dimension, in an initial and exploratory way, the predominant uses of royalties (minerals and energy) in cities in the Legal Amazon, seeking to establish correlations from education and health indicators. Our hypothesis is that compensations, disconnected from transversal socio-environmental policies, end up reinforcing the condition of imprisoned and functionalized spaces of the receiving municipalities, feeding back their dependence on primary-export activities, sterilizing coalitions that have in their horizon technological and socio-ecological reconversions or transitions.

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