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Gender and Financial Risk: The U.S. and Brazil

entrepreneurial attitudes of university students in the U.S. and Brazil”, Forthcoming: Journal of International Entrepreneurship. Begley, T. M., and Boyd, D. P. (1988), “Psychological characteristics associated with performence in entrepreneurial firms and smaller businesses”, Journal of Business Venturing , Vol. 2 No. 1, pp. 79-93. Boudet, A. M. M., Petesch, P., Turk, C., and Thumala, A. (2013), “ On norms and agency: Conversations about gender equality with women and men in 20 countries ”, World Bank Publications, Washington, D.C. Brockhaus, R. H. (1980

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Concerning Abolitionism, Black People, and Capoeira in the History of Brazil: Social and Moral (Im)Balances

References Silva, J. (1998). Projetos para o Brasil /Projects on Brazil/ . São Paulo: Companhia das Letras. Nabuco, J. (1999). O Abolicionismo /Abolitionism/. Rio de Janeiro: Nova Fronteira. Skidmore, T. (1976). Preto no branco: raça e nacionalidade no pensamento brasileiro /Black in White: race and nationality in Brazilian thought/. Rio de Janeiro: Paz e Terra. Fernandes, F. (2008). A integração do negro na sociedade de classes: o legado da “raça branca” /The integration of blacks

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Models of Development and Management of Brazilian University Sports: An Interpretation according to its Relationship with the State

-63). São Paulo: Centro de Estudos e Memória da Juventude; Instituto Pensarte. Mandarino, J.D.B., Figueiredo da Silva, C.A. (2010). Esporte universitário no Brasil: seus desdobramentos e desenvolvimento sob a ótica de uma reflexividade das instituições de ensino superior com melhores resultados no âmbito esportivo /College sports in Brazil: its development and development from the perspective of a reflectivity of higher education institutions with better results in sports/. Revista de Trabalhos Acadêmicos, 1(1), 1-4. Marchi Júnior, W

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Photovoltaic Solar Energy: Is It Applicable in Brazil? – A Review Applied to Brazilian Case

, T.A. De Souza, C. Tonezer, G. Dos Santos and C.H. Coimbra-Araújo, “Economic overview of the use and production of photovoltaic solar energy in brazil,” Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, vol. 81, 2018. [11] P. d. Jong, T.B. Barreto, C.A. Tanajura, D. Kouloukoui, K.P. Oliveira-Esquerre, A. Kiperstok and E.A. Torres, “Estimating the impact of climate change on wind and solar energy in Brazil using a South American regional climate model,” Renewable Energy, 2019. [12] F. Martins, E. Pereira, S. Silva, S. Abreu and S. Colle, “Solar energy

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Pratylenchus brachyurus (Nematoda: Pratylenchidae) in Guariroba in the state of Goiás, Brazil

Agricultural and Entomology Research Station, 77pp. [6] Gonzaga, V. (2006): Caracterização morfológica, morfométrica e multiplicação in vitro das seis espécies mais comuns de Pratylenchus Filipjev, 1936 que ocorrem no Brasil. PhD thesis, Brazil, Jaboticabal: Universidade Estadual de São Paulo. [7] Machado, A. C. Z., Motta, L. C. C., Siqueira, K. M. S., Ferraz, L. C. C. B., Inomoto, M. M. (2007). Host status of green manures for two isolates of Pratylenchus brachyurus in Brazil. Nematology, 9: 799–805. DOI: 10

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Spirura carajaensis n. sp. (Nematoda: Spiruridae), parasite of Proechimys roberti Thomas 1901 (Rodentia: Echimyidae) from Brazilian Amazon

References Anderson, R.C., Chabaud, A.G., Willmott, S. (Eds) Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates. Archival volume. Wallingford, UK: CABI, pp. 361 - 382 Amato, J.F.R., Castro, P.T., Grisi, L. (1976): Sprirura guianensis (Ortlepp, 1924), parasita de Philander opossum quica (Tem-minck, 1825) no estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brasil (Nematoda, Spiruridae) [Sprirura guianensis (Ortlepp, 1924), parasite of Philander opossum quica (Temminck, 1825) in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Nematoda, Spiruridae)]. Rev. Bras. Biologia , 36: 123 - 127

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Nematode parasites of the characid fish Brycon hilarii from the River Juba, Mato Grosso, Brazil

parasites of fishes from the hydroelectric power station of “Eletrosul” (Brazil). 2. “Salto Osorio” and “Salto Santiago” reservoirs, Iguacu River basin. Mem. Inst. Oswaldo Cruz., 83: 299–303 [9] Kohn, A., Fernandes, B. M. M., Pipolo, H. V., Godoy, M. P. (1989): List of helminth parasites of fishes from the Passo Fundo Reservoir, Uruguay River basin, Brazil. Mem. Inst. Oswaldo Cruz., 84: 427–428 [10] Lima, F. C. T. (2003): Subfamily Bryconinae (Characins, tetras). In Reis, R. E., Kullander, S. & Ferraris, C. J. (Eds

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First report of Pyelosomum cochlear (Digenea: Pronocephalidae) in a Hawksbill Turtle – Eretmochelys imbricata L. found in Brazilian Coast

Introduction Looss (1899) erected the genus Pyelosomum (type species: P. cochlear Looss 1899 ) based on two specimens found in the urinary bladder of a green turtle ( Chelonia mydas Linnaeus 1758) from Egypt. The parasite was later described in the same host in the United States (including from Puerto Rico) ( Nigrelli, 1940 , 1941; Dyer et al., 1991 , 1995), Panama ( Caballero, 1954 ), Costa Rica ( Santoro et al., 2006 ) and Brazil ( Werneck and Silva 2015 ) as well as in an olive ridley turtle ( Lepidochelys olivacea Eschscholtz 1829) in Brazil

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Approaches to poverty measurement in BRICS: a reflection on economic reality (the case of Brazil, China and Russia)

://estadisticas.cepal.org/cepalstat/WEB_CEPALSTAT/perfilesNacionales.asp , DoA: 22.10.2018 Churkin, M. G. , 2015: Neravenstvo, bednost’ i social’naja politika v Brazilii (Inequilaty, poverty and social policy in Brazil - in Russian). In: Inequality in modern society. Political and social issues , 4, 249–258. ECLAC , 2015: Latin America and the Caribbean: looking ahead after the Millennium Development Goals. Regional monitoring report on the Millennium Development Goals in Latin America and the Caribbean, 2015. Available at: http://repositorio.cepal.org/bitstream/handle/11362/38924/6/S1500708_en.pdf , DoA: 23

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Meloidogyne luci, a new infecting nematode species on common bean fields at Paraná State, Brazil

Introduction Common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) is one of the most important crops in Brazil and worldwide (FAO, 2015). Brazil is the second largest producer of the world and the main producer of beans in the Americas, with a total production of 3,435,370 t in approximately 3,152.917 ha (IBGE, 2013). There are numerous limiting factors to common bean production, among them the phytonematodes occurrence. This plant species is usually infected by many nematode species, but Meloidogyne spp. (i.e. M. incognita, M. javanica and M. arenaria) are

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