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Type: Artigo
Title: The brazilian housing program "Minha Casa Minha Vida": a systematic literature review
Author: Kowaltowski, Doris
Granja, Ariovaldo Denis
Moreira, Daniel de Carvalho
Pina, Silvia Mikami
Oliva, Carolina Asensio
Castro, Mariana Rios
Abstract: The Brazilian Federal Housing Program "Minha Casa Minha Vida" -PMCMV (My House My Life) is part of a large housing policy to eradicate the housing deficit, estimated at around five million homes in the country. The Ministry for Cities created a network of independent research organizations to evaluate the program, and the PMCMV has attracted many studies. Despite the inherent worth of these individual studies, there is a need for a holistic evaluation. A Systematic Literature Review (SLR) is seen as an important contribution to focus research efforts on the problems identified, to avoid the repetition of studies and to provide novel insights. This article carried out a SLR to map and quantify the types of research and represent a graphic panorama of published studies. Gap spotting was part of the study. In the five-year period from 2010-2014, the SLR identified 1489 bibliographic items. The panorama is categorised according to types of publications, and the analysis of items shows that most studies are concentrated on housing policies, financial questions, urban impacts and Brazilian social development. The results of this SLR raise some new research questions and show opportunities to reduce errors in the housing projects themselves
Subject: Habitação popular
Programa Minha Casa Minha Vida (Brasil)
Country: Coreia do Sul
Editor: Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.6107/JKHA.2015.26.6.035
Address: http://koreascience.or.kr/article/JAKO201502150665959.page
Date Issue: 2015
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