PANORAMA DOS INDICADORES DE DESEMPENHO DAS CIDADES BRASILEIRAS

Celso Machado Júnior, Daielly Melina Nassif Mantovani Ribeiro, Cristiane Jaciara Furlaneto

Resumo


O desempenho da gestão urbana se apresenta com objeto de atenção de vários atores das cidades, que se pautam pelo desempenho de indicadores para identificar qualidades e deficiências no atendimento das demandas sociais, econômicas, ambientais e digitais das pessoas. Nesse contexto, emerge o objetivo desta pesquisa de identificar o panorama dos indicadores de desempenho das cidades brasileiras. A investigação se apoia na técnica de pesquisa documental de dados originários de órgãos federais e municipais e de agência classificadora de risco. A análise desenvolvida divide os municípios em três categorias, cidades de pequeno, médio e grande porte. Para cada uma dessa categorias se analisou o desempenho de 16 indicadores. O Panorama levantado indica o estado de São Paulo com o maior volume de cidades com desempenho superior de indicadores, no comparativo com os demais estados. Na sequência o estado de Santa Catarina, foi o que apresentou o melhor desempenho de suas cidades. As regiões Sudeste (que contém o estado de São Paulo) e Sul (que contém o estado de Santa Catarina) são a que apresentam cidades com melhor desempenho de indicadores. O indicador de desempenho digital, foi o que apresentou maior discrepância de desempenho das cidades, com uma alta concentração nas regiões Sudeste e Sul, e uma participação pontual nas demais regiões brasileiras.


Palavras-chave


Sustentabilidade; Cidades inteligentes; Indicadores municipais; Inclusão digital.

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