Estimating regional GDP in Italy (1871-2001): sources, methodology and results
AbstractThis paper presents new estimates of Italian regional GDP for the years 1871, 1881 1891, 1901, 1911, 1938 and 1951. This allows us to draw a long term picture of regional development of the country, from the years following national unification to the advent of Euro in 2001.
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industrialization; regional inequality; regional income; economic growth;
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