In a globalized world, culture holds the potential to connect countries and economies. As a relevant topic for the economy, the cultural sector serves as a basis for the most recent study by FGV Projetos: “Culture in the Brazilian Economy”. The analysis, created in response to a challenge proposed by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), intends to trace indicators to measure cultural participation in the Brazilian economy and society. Three fundamental aspects were considered: the public budget, the labor market and family consumption.

This publication is a part of the series of actions by FGV Projects aimed to highlight the cultural sector as an important element of socioeconomic development in Brazil. 

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