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Alternativas metodológicas para el cálculo de las series retrospectivas regionales de EPA tras el cambio en la Clasificación Nacional de Actividades Económicas || Alternative Approaches for Calculating the Retrospective Regional EPA Series Following the Changes in the National Classification of Economic Activities

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  • Pavía, José M.

    ()
    (Departamento de Economía Aplicada. Universitat de Valencia)

  • Fabuel, Francisco

    (Instituto Valenciano de Estadística, Estadísticas Económicas, Demográficas y Sociales)

  • Morillas, Francisco G.

    ()
    (Departamento de Economía Aplicada. Universitat de Valencia)

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    Abstract

    A fin de solventar la potencial pérdida de información que la entrada en vigor de la nueva Clasificación Nacional de Actividades Económicas provocaría en las series de EPA, el INE ha propuesto una metodología que permite el enlace de las series CNAE 1993 y CNAE 2009. El procedimiento de enlace se basa en trabajar con una matriz de paso nacional sobre los datos a nivel de división. Los mercados de trabajo regionales, sin embargo, difieren del nacional y, además, las series regionales no suelen estar disponibles a nivel de división. Este trabajo estudia qué impacto tendría en las series enlazadas (i) trabajar en un nivel de agregación superior al de división y (ii) utilizar una matriz de paso regional propia. Centrada en las series de ocupados publicadas para la Comunidad Valenciana, la investigación muestra que: (a) a nivel sectorial, es equivalente emplear la matriz de España o una propia y, también, el trasladar las divisiones y luego agregarlas que el trasladar directamente las series agregadas; y (b) que a nivel de rama de actividad, es preferible trabajar con una matriz propia. || In order to overcome the potential loss of information that the transition to the new National Classification of Economic Activities could provoke in EPA series, INE has proposed a methodology to link CNAE 1993 and CNAE 2009 series. The procedure is based on employing a national transition matrix over division data. Regional labour markets, however, differ from the national one and additionally regional series are not generally available at the division level. This paper examines the impact that in the linked series should have (i) working at a level of aggregation above division and (ii) using a regional transition matrix. Focusing employment series published for the Valencian region, this research shows that (a), at the sectorial level, results do not depend on use of either the Spanish transition matrix of Spain or the Valencian one and also they are independent of the order in which aggregation of the divisions takes place and that (b), at the branch of activity, it is preferable to work with an own regional matrix.

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    Article provided by Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Department of Quantitative Methods for Economics and Business Administration in its journal Revista de Métodos Cuantitativos para la Economía y la Empresa.

    Volume (Year): 14 (2012)
    Issue (Month): 1 (December)
    Pages: 76-123

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    Handle: RePEc:pab:rmcpee:v:14:y:2012:i:1:p:76-123

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    Keywords: CNAE; Encuesta de Población Activa; INE; series temporales; active population survey; INE; time series;

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