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Modelos multisectoriales de equilibrio general aplicado en España: Una revisión/Multisectorial Applied General Equilibrium Models in Spain: a Review

  • CARDENETE FLORES, M.A

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    (Universidad Pablo de Olavide. Dpto. Economía.Ctra. Utrera s/n, km. 1. 41013 Sevilla. Tfno.: 954349181; Fax: 954349339)

  • LLOP LLOP, M.

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    (Universitat Rovira i Virgili.Facultat de Ciències Econòmiques i Empresarials. Avda. Universitat nº 1, 43202 Reus (Tarragona). Tel.977/75 98 51; Fax. 977/ 30 06 61.)

En las últimas décadas, la modelización de equilibrio general aplicado se ha convertido en un área muy fructífera de investigación económica. El objetivo de este artículo es presentar las contribuciones de equilibrio general que han sido aplicadas a la economía española. Haremos una especial incidencia en la modelización de políticas fiscales, al ser el ámbito donde mayor esfuerzo se ha producido en nuestro país. Incluimos, además, las últimas tendencias del equilibrio general, orientadas a la aplicación regional de los análisis. In last decades, the applied general equilibrium modeling has become a very active area of research in economics. The goal of this paper is to present the contributions of applied general equilibrium models which have been applied to the Spanish Economy. We make a special mention to the analysis of fiscal policy, because is the most common application in our country. We also include the last trends in Spanish applied modeling, which consist in regional analysis of computable general equilibrium.

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Volume (Year): 23 (2005)
Issue (Month): (Agosto)
Pages: 385-404

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