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Las Disparidades Económicas Intrarregionales en Andalucía y la Hipótesis de Convergencia: 1955-1997

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  • PEÑA SÁNCHEZ, ANTONIO RAFAEL

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    (Departamento de Economía General. Facultad de Ciencias Sociales y de la Comunicación. Campus de Jerez. Universidad de Cádiz. Avda. de la Universidad, s/n. 11405 Jerez de la Frontera Tfnos: 956037129 – 956037100.)

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    The main aim of this paper is a double one. On the one hand, we try to analyze the evolution followed by the intraregional economical disparities in Andalusia during the period 1955-1997. On the other hand, fundamentally with a descriptive purpose, we try to show the characteristics of the main motors of the process of convergence in VAB per capita as, for example, the progressive homogenization of the productive structure, the convergence in differential productivity of the sectors and dynamic demographic, among others. El objetivo del presente trabajo es doble. Por un lado, tratamos de analizar la evolución seguida por las disparidades económicas intrarregionales en Andalucía en el dilatado periodo 1955-1997. Por otro lado, con una fi nalidad fundamentalmente descriptiva, intentamos poner de manifi esto como los principales motores del proceso de convergencia en VAB per cápita han sido, entre otros, la progresiva homogeneización de la estructura productiva, la convergencia en productividad diferencial de los sectores y la dinámica demográfica.

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

    Volume (Year): 24 (2006)
    Issue (Month): (Diciembre)
    Pages: 877-908

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    Keywords: Sigma Convergence; Apparent Productivity of Use; Agglomeration; Sectorial Structure; Demographic Distribution/Convergencia Sigma; Productividad aparente del empleo; Aglomeración; Estructura Sectorial; Distribución Demográfica.;

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