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Modelo gravitatorio y turismo: Una aplicación a los flujos monetarios interregionales del sector Turismo en España

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  • Tamara de la Mata
  • Carlos Llano

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RESUMEN: Este trabajo analiza los flujos monetarios domésticos del sector Turismo en España mediante diferentes especificaciones del modelo gravitatorio, aplicados a tres estimaciones alternativas de los flujos monetarios bilaterales. Los modelos han permitido identificar las principales variables que actúan como factores de atracción de los flujos interregionales, obteniendo elasticidades diferentes para la variable distancia a las observadas en los flujos turísticos internacionales o en el comercio interregional español de bienes. También se muestra la gran importancia del comercio intrarregional y el comportamiento singular de los flujos interregionales entre regiones adyacentes. ABSTRACT: This work analyses the intra and interregional monetary flows generated by the Tourist sector within Spain, by means of different formulations of the gravity model and three alternative estimates of bilateral monetary flows. The models have also identified some important variables driving the interregional monetary flows of the tourist sector, showing different elasticities for the distance variable than the ones observed in other studies of international tourist flows or the Spanish interregional trade flows of goods. We also show the importance of the intrarregional trade and the special behaviour of the interregional flows between adjacent regions.

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

Volume (Year): 03 (2010)
Issue (Month): ()
Pages: 211-240

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Handle: RePEc:rer:articu:v:03:y:2010:p:211-240

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Keywords: Comercio interregional; Turismo doméstico; Modelos gravitatorios; Efecto frontera; Interregional trade; Domestic tourism; Gravity model; Border effect;

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  1. de la Mata, Tamara, 2011. "Does trade creation by social and business networks hold in services? An analysis for Accommodation and Restaurants in Spain," Working Papers in Economic Theory 2011/04, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain), Department of Economic Analysis (Economic Theory and Economic History).

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