AbstractIs industrial production relatively in decline? No, it is not. This note displays the evidence that for the last 40 years, in the 6 largest economies of the world, industrial production has kept pace with total output.
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Date of creation: 19 Jul 2001
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- Víctor Ramiro Fernández & Gustavo Peretti & Laura Tarabella, 2004. "Rotura del tejido industrial y profundización de los desequilibrios territoriales durante los ´90s en Santa Fe (Argentina). Una crítica al consenso de Washington," Revista de Estudios Regionales, Universidades Públicas de Andalucía, vol. 2, pages 119-147.
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