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El comercio exterior andaluz tras el proceso de integración europea


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  • Mónica Rivera González
  • Luis Robles Teigeiro


RESUMEN En este trabajo se analiza la evolución del comercio exterior de la región andaluza durante el periodo 1980 - 2000, mediante el uso de tablas input output. Se persiguen dos objetivos, cuantificar y describir este comercio y, segundo, valorar los resultados. Se concluye que ha aumentado apreciablemente la dependencia exterior como resultado tanto de una caída de las exportaciones como de un incremento de las importaciones intermedias. El análisis de las causas de estos hechos ha llevado a utilizar una descomposición estructural y un estudio del multiplicador de importaciones. Se observa finalmente que los cambios más significativos se han producido en la matriz de coeficientes directos de importación. ABSTRACT This paper investigates the tendency of the foreign trade of the Andalusian region with input-output methodology. Two objectives are pursued: Firstly, the quantification and description of the trade, and secondly the detailed assessment of the highlighted results. One important conclusion could be exposed. The foreign dependence has been increasing as a consequence of growth of intermediate imports and decrease of the Andalusian exports. The structural descomposition technique is used to discover which the cause of that is, and the import multipliers are studied to conclude that the most significant changes are found in the direct import coefficients matrix.

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Article provided by Universidades Públicas de Andalucía in its journal Revista de Estudios Regionales.

Volume (Year): 03 (2010)
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Pages: 183-210

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Keywords: Input-output; Importaciones; Multiplicador de importaciones; Trade cretion; Imports; Import multiplier;

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  1. Mónica Rivera, 2014. "Trade patterns in the process of European integration: Evidence for the intraindustrial exchanges of a Mediterranean peripheral region," The Annals of Regional Science, Springer, vol. 52(1), pages 227-249, January.


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