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Patrones Recientes de la Inversión en España crítico y algunas propuestas de reforma

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  • Maximo Marinucci, Luis A. Puch
  • Luis A. Puch

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En este artículo describimos algunos de los patrones recientes de la inversión en España. Para ello examinamos tanto los datos agregados de la Contabilidad Nacional como los datos desagregados que proporcionan diversas encuestas, todo ello con especial énfasis en la evolución de la inversión en bienes de equipo. A continuación ponemos estas observaciones en relación con los datos sobre actividad innovadora que recogen la Encuesta de Innovación Tecnológica, y más recientemente, el Panel de Innovación Tecnológica, así como con la información sobre el sector manufacturero que proporciona la Encuesta sobre Estrategias Empresariales. Esto nos permite ofrecer cierta evidencia sobre el comportamiento inversor y las actividades tecnológicas en España que nos parece útil para valorar las posibles mejoras de productividad que hayan podido producirse en los últimos años.

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Paper provided by FEDEA in its series Studies on the Spanish Economy with number 237.

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