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Análisis de sectores clave de la economía española a partir de la Matriz de Contabilidad Social de España 2007/Key Sectors Analysis of the Spanish Economy Using a Social Accounting Matrix for 2007

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  • CANSINO MUÑOZ-REPISO, JOSÉ MANUEL

    () (Departamento de Teoría Económica y Economía Política.Universidad de Sevilla)

  • CARDENETE FLORES, M.ALEJANDRO

    () (Universidad Pablo de Olavide y centrA Dpto. Economía y Empresa Universidad Pablo de Olavide Ctra. Utrera s/n, km. 1. 41013-SEVILLA Tfno.: 954349181 Fax: 954349339)

  • ORDÓÑEZ RÍOS, MANUEL

    () (Universidad de Sevilla, Facultad CC.EE., Avda. Ramón y Cajal, 1, 41018 Sevilla, España.)

  • ROMÁN COLLADO, ROCÍO

    () (Universidad de Sevilla, Facultad CC.EE., Avda. Ramón y Cajal, 1, 41018 Sevilla, España)

Abstract

Las matrices de Contabilidad Social constituyen una importante base de datos que proporcionan información rele¬vante sobre la estructura económica y social de un área para un determinado período de tiempo. Esta información permite realizar un análisis integral de la estructura productiva de dicha área. En este artículo se presenta la Matriz de Contabilidad Social (MCS) para España correspondiente al año 2007 a precios básicos. A partir de ésta se identifican los sectores clave de la economía española a través de tres metodologías dife¬rentes: la metodología propuesta por Rasmussen, el método de extracción hipotética y, finalmente, el método de la Matriz del Producto Multiplicador. El análisis de los sectores clave con el uso de estas tres metodologías da lugar a conclusiones que, en algunos casos, son muy diferentes. Por otro lado, los resultados se enriquecen al introducir como endógenas las cuentas de Trabajo, Capital y Consumo en el modelo. Social Accounting Matrices are important databases that provide relevant information about the economic and social structure of an area for a period of time. This information allows researchers to develop an integral analysis of the productive structure of that area. This article presents the Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) for the Spanish economy for 2007 at basic prices. From SAM for Spain the key sectors of the Spanish economy are identified across three different methodologies: the methodology developed by Rasmussen, the hypothetical extraction method and, finally, using the technique of the Multiplier Product Matrix. The key sectors analysis using these three different methodolo¬gies lead to conclusions that, in some cases, are very different. In addition, the results improve when labor income, capital income, private and consumption are included as endogenous accounts in the model.

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  • Cansino Muñoz-Repiso, José Manuel & Cardenete Flores, M.Alejandro & Ordóñez Ríos, Manuel & Román Collado, Rocío, 2013. "Análisis de sectores clave de la economía española a partir de la Matriz de Contabilidad Social de España 2007/Key Sectors Analysis of the Spanish Economy Using a Social Accounting Matrix for 2007," Estudios de Economía Aplicada, Estudios de Economía Aplicada, vol. 31, pages 621-654, Septiembr.
  • Handle: RePEc:lrk:eeaart:31_2_1
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    Keywords

    Matriz de Contabilidad Social; Tablas Input-Output; sectores clave ; Social Accounting Matrix; Input-Output Tables; Key sectors.;

    JEL classification:

    • C67 - Mathematical and Quantitative Methods - - Mathematical Methods; Programming Models; Mathematical and Simulation Modeling - - - Input-Output Models
    • D57 - Microeconomics - - General Equilibrium and Disequilibrium - - - Input-Output Tables and Analysis

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