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Las diferencias en la aportación factorial al crecimiento económico de Castilla y León y España

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  • Julio Herrera Revuelta
  • Jesús Santamaría Fidalgo
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    Article provided by Universidades Públicas de Andalucía in its journal Revista de Estudios Regionales.

    Volume (Year): 03 (1997)
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    Pages: 35-64

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    Handle: RePEc:rer:articu:v:03:y:1997:p:35-64

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    Keywords: Tasa de Crecimiento de largo plazo; Funciones de producción; Aportación factorial; Crecimiento económico;

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