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Crecimiento económico y política de transferencias a partir de una matriz de contabilidad social de Andalucía

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  • FERNANDO ISLA CASTILLO

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    (Departamento de Estadística y Econometría. Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales. Universidad de Málaga.)

  • LAURA MONICHE BERMEJO
  • FRANCISCO TRUJILLO ARANDA
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    En este artículo describimos la metodología utilizada para construir un modelo lineal de demanda para analizar la distribución de la renta, haciendo uso de una matriz de contabilidad social regional donde las familias están agrupadas por niveles de renta. El modelo de demanda nos permite obtener los efectos del crecimiento económico sobre la distribución de la renta en Andalucía. Además, hacemos uso de la programación matemática para alcanzar ciertos objetivos. Por ejemplo, uno podría ser minimizar la función de desigualdad de la renta con restricciones en las transferencias y diferentes escenarios de crecimiento económico. Con el fin de alcanzar estos objetivos, hemos utilizado la matriz de contabilidad social de Andalucía (1995) como marco contable para elaborar el modelo de demanda. Este modelo, a su vez, se conecta con la programación matemática. Los resultados de este trabajo muestran que el crecimiento económico acentúa los niveles de desigualdad de la renta disponible. Sin embargo, dicho incremento pueden ser compensado mediante adecuadas políticas de transferencias. In this paper we describe the methodology used to construct a lineal demand model to analysis the income distribution, using a regional social accounting matrix with households grouped according to level income. This model can measure the effects of the impact of the economic growth in the income distribution in Andalusia. Furthermore, we use the programming mathematic to get several objects. For example, one object could be to diminish the inequality income function with restraints transfers and different economic growth stages. In order to get this objects, we have used the social account matrix of Andalusia (1995) as an accounting system to elaborated our demand model. This model is connect with the programming mathematic. The results of this work show that the economic growth increase the levels of inequality in the disposable income. But, this increase can be mitigate with adequate transfer politics.

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    Article provided by Estudios de Economía Aplicada in its journal Estudios de Economía Aplicada.

    Volume (Year): 20 (2002)
    Issue (Month): (Agosto)
    Pages: 423-449

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    Handle: RePEc:lrk:eeaart:20_2_5

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    Keywords: social account matrix; income distribution; policy analysis; inequality.;

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