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Consumo de electricidad y producto interior bruto: Relación dinámica y estabilidad/Electricity Consumption and GDP: Dynamic Relationship and Stability

  • DEL HOYO, JUAN

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    (Departamento de Análisis Económico: Economía Cuantitativa, UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE MADRID, ESPAÑA.)

  • LLORENTE, GUILLERMO

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    (Departamento de Análisis Económico: Economía Cuantitativa, UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE MADRID, ESPAÑA.)

  • RIVERO, CARLOS

    ()

    (Departamento de Estadística e Investigación Operativa II, UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID, ESPAÑA.)

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    Este trabajo estudia las relaciones dinámicas entre el consumo de electricidad y el Producto Interior Bruto en España. Utilizando la función de correlación cruzada se constata que el PIB causa al consumo de electricidad, con un efecto instantáneo (elasticidad) de 0.95 y un efecto a largo plazo de 0.42. Técnicas de remuestreo y contrastes de estabilidad endógenos permiten aceptar la significación de la relación estimada y no rechazan la hipótesis de estabilidad en el periodo considerado. This paper studies the dynamic relationships between energy consumption and GDP in Spain. The cross correlation function shows that the GDP causes the electricity consumption. The impact multiplier is 0.95 and the long run effect is 0.42. Bootstrap techniques and structural change test asses the significativeness and the stability along the considered sample of the estimated model.

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    Volume (Year): 29 (2011)
    Issue (Month): (Agosto)
    Pages: 473-492

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