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Determinación de coeficientes importantes por niveles tecnológicos: una aproximación desde el modelo de Miyazawa

  • Ana Salomé García Muñiz

    (Universidad de Oviedo)

  • Fidel Aroche Reyes

    (Universidad Autónoma de México)

  • Carmen Ramos Carvajal

    (Universidad de Oviedo)

El estudio sistemático del modo en que se organizan y disponen los intercambios en la estructura productiva, permite obtener una información enriquecedora, si se relaciona con la capacidad innovadora de las distintas ramas de la producción. El método propuesto por Miyazawa (1966,1971) aplicado a la descomposición de las interrelaciones sectoriales por niveles tecnológicos, puede ser especialmente adecuado para este propósito. A partir de esta metodología, el presente trabajo, profundiza en el conocimiento de la articulación productiva, determinando aquellos coeficientes importantes (Aroche Reyes, 1996, 2002) en la difusión de la influencia económica en y/o entre perfiles tecnológicos.

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Volume (Year): 31 (2007)
Issue (Month): 1 (January)
Pages: 161-190

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