Some universities require softcopy of theses to comply with the PDF/A-1b standard. While the pdfx package is commonly used for creating PDF/A and PDF/X files, it has some shortcomings and the output file sometimes still isn't fully compliant with PDF/A-1b. This package provides an alternative method for this purpose.
The original package can be found here.
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Revisão para adequação ao MANUAL DE NORMALIZAÇÃO: MONOGRAFIAS, DISSERTAÇÕES
E TESES Aprovado pela Resolução Nº 06 - CONSEPE, de 09 de julho de 2015.
Esse trabalho considera as normas dispostas no Manual de Normatização:
Monografias, Dissertações e Teses 2a. ed., distribuído pelo Sistema de
Bibliotecas – Sisbi da UFVJM.
While this is not a formal template of how your thesis should be submitted, this has been used for writing theses that have been submitted and approved successfully.
Also contains examples of pages in Hebrew.
Modelo de TCC Confeccionado para Edital
conforme normas ABNT - NBR 14724
Template ajustado por Francisco Reinaldo
New Branch: 26/jun/18 v5
Agradeço a Overleaf pela oportunidade.
This electronic document is a “live” template and already defines the components of your paper [title, text, heads, etc.] in its style sheet. CRITICAL: Do Not Use Symbols, Special Characters, or Math in Paper Title or Abstract.
We study the the birth of non farming enterprise in the developing world. We test if such activities are led by skills or are an ex-post income smoothing device for uninsured households. We find that farmers become entrepreneurs in response to negative productivity shocks to farming, while credit constraints do not seem to play a substantial role. Importantly, and consistently with irreversible investment or learning-by-doing, these reluctant entrepreneurs do not revert to full farming following new positive productivity shocks. These entrepreneurs are typically under performing entrepreneurs while they were above average farmers. This selection might contribute to the understanding of the dual phenomenon of low-productivity units coexisting in developing countries.