Series enlazadas de algunos agregados económicos nacionales y regionales, 1955-2007 Versión 2.1
AbstractI construct "homogeneous" series of GVA at current and constant prices, employment and population for the Spain and its regions covering the period 1955-2007. The series are obtained by linking the Regional Accounts of the National Statistical Institute with the series constructed by Julio Alcaide and his team for the BBVA Foundation. The "switching point" at which this last source stops being used as a reference to construct the linked series is determined using a procedure that allows me to estimate which of the two competing series would produce an estimator with the lowest MSE when it is used as dependent variable in a regression on an arbitrary independent variable. To the extent that it is possible, the difference between the two series found at the point of linkage is distributed between the initial levels of the older series and its subsequent growth using external estimates of the relevant variables at the beginning of the sample period.
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Date of creation: 30 Sep 2009
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- Angel de la Fuente, 2009. "Series enlazadas de algunos agregados económicos nacionales y regionales, 1955-2007. Versión 2.1," Economic Reports 10-09, FEDEA.
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