Trade Liberalization, Market Integration and Industrial Concentration: The Spanish Economy During the 19th Century
AbstractCurrent trade liberalization in Europe has stimulated the theoretical and empirical analysis of the effects of economic integration on industrial location. The aim of this paper is to analyse, both theoretically and empirically, the effects of trade liberalization and market integration in 19th century Spain on the geographical concentration of industrial activity.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by European Institute - History in its series Papers with number 2000/3.
Length: 32 pages
Date of creation: 2000
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Postal: EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE, ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT, BADIA FIESOLANA, SAN DOMENICO (FI), ITALY
TRADE ; ECONOMIC INTEGRATION ; GEOGRAPHY;
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