DataViva aims to a better and detailed knowledge of the Brazilian economy using, therefore, updated data from throughout the country. Learn more about the databases our engine uses to display a wide range of combinations and graphs on the Brazilian economy.
Annual Social Information Report - Ministry of Labor and Employment - MTE
RAIS is an annual administrative record conceived to supply the necessities of control, statistics and information for governmental entities in the social area. It constitutes a fundamental instrument to attend legal norms and is important to characterize and track the formal labor market.
It depicts the Brazilian formal market by data provided by businesses based on their standing on December 31st of the previous year. This includes data about employees and industries, among others. Currently, according to IBGE, RAIS covers about 97% of the Brazilian formal market.
Foreign Trade Secretariat Database - Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade - MDIC
The SECEX/MDIC database allows historic analysis of the Brazilian international trade behavior, one of the most important indicators of the economic performance. It depicts and evaluates the commercial trade of the country with the other nations, comprising import and export transactions.
It also constitutes a basic instrument to the decision making and helps determine economic guidelines by the government. Moreover, the database enables the agents involved in these activities to better plan their actions by analyzing empiric export and import data, enhancing the opportunities to develop international trade.
National Institute of Educational Studies Anísio Teixeira – INEP - Ministry of Education - MEC
The school census is an annual national educational statistics data collection coordinated by INEP. It is done in cooperation with state and municipal education secretariats along with all the public and private schools throughout the country.
This is the main basic education information collection instrument, covering its different stages and types: regular education (children's education, elementary and high school), special education, and youth and adult education. The School Census collects data on institutions, enrollment, teaching functions, movement and school performance.
Higher Education Census
National Institute of Educational Studies Anísio Teixeira – INEP – Ministry of Education - MEC
INEP annually collects data on higher education aiming to offer to the Academy as well as to the society detailed information about the higher education status and the tendencies of this sector.
The Higher Education Census gathers information on higher education institutions, their undergraduate courses on campus or distance, sequential courses, seats offered, registrations, tuitions, freshmen and graduates, in addition to information about professors, in different ways of academic organization and administrative category.
United Nations Commodity Trade Statistics Database - United Nations Statistics Division
The United Nations Commodity Trade Statistics Database (UN Comtrade) has detailed data about imports and exports informed by statistics authorities of about 200 countries or areas. UN Comtrade is considered the most comprehensive international trade database available, with more than 1 billion records. The database is constantly updated. As soon as new data is received from national authorities, they are standardized by the United Nations Statistics Division and then added to UN Comtrade.
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