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La geografía económica y los determinantes de la localización industrial

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  • Ceballos Álvarez
  • Ochoa García
  • Pérez Cruz
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    Este trabajo de investigación retoma el modelo centro-periferia desarrollado por Krugman (1992), para mostrar a través de la técnica de simulación, cómo la industria manufacturera decide aglomerase en una región específica. Para tal caso, se utilizan como elementos centrales, en la determinación de localización industrial, al costo de transporte, los salarios reales, la elasticidad de la demanda y la participación de la industria manufacturera en la economía. Los resultados muestran que cuando la participación de la industria manufacturera en la actividad económica es lo suficientemente importante y la elasticidad de la demanda es pequeña, existirán incentivos para que la industria se concentre en aquella región donde el salario real sea mayor para cualquier nivel de costo de transporte.

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    Article provided by Grupo (Universidad de Málaga) in its journal Contribuciones a la Economía.

    Volume (Year): (2006)
    Issue (Month): 2006-06 (Juny)

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    Handle: RePEc:erv:contri:y:2006:i:2006-06:f0a6024f3a1da0f80dd97e8ca6409a1b
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