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Inversion Industrial y Empleo en las regiones españolas. 1976-1995

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  • Aguayo, Eva
  • Guisan, M.Carmen

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En este trabajo presentamos la evolucion del empleo en las comunidades autonomas españolas, analizando las diferencias regionales y teniendo en cuenta el importante papel que la inversion industrial tiene como elemento dinamizador de la produccion y el empleo de los sectores no agrarios, tanto desde el punto de vista de la oferta como de la demanda. Todas las regiones españolas necesitan incrementar la produccion industrial por habitante para poder incrementar la tasa de empleo no agrario, ya que existen importantes relaciones intersectoriales que explican el crecimiento de la construccion y de los servicios en funcion de las rentas generadas en otros sectores como el industrial manufacturero. In this paper we show the evolution of employment in the Spanish regions, analysing regional gaps having into account the main role that industrial investment has as a stimulating factor of output and employment of non-agrarian sectors, both from the supply and demand sides. All the Spanish regions must increase their industrial output per inhabitant in order to increase their non agrarian employment rates, due to the fact that there are important intersectoral relationships that can explain the growth of the output of the building and services sectors through the income of other sectors as manufacturing.

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  • Aguayo, Eva & Guisan, M.Carmen, 2001. "Inversion Industrial y Empleo en las regiones españolas. 1976-1995," Regional and Sectoral Economic Studies, Euro-American Association of Economic Development, vol. 1(2), pages 69-88.
  • Handle: RePEc:eaa:eerese:v:1:y2001:i:2_4
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    1. Guisán, M.C. & Expósito, P, 2011. "Regional Employment and Unemployment by Gender in Spain in comparison with other European Countries," Regional and Sectoral Economic Studies, Euro-American Association of Economic Development, vol. 11(1).
    2. Guisan, M.Carmen & Aguayo, Eva, 1996. "Impacto de la inversion industrial sobre el empleo de las regiones españolas en el periodo 1976-95," Economic Development 10, University of Santiago de Compostela. Faculty of Economics and Business. Econometrics..

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