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Análisis input-output de descomposición estructural aplicado a los casos de Andalucía y Madrid = Input-Output Structural Decomposition for Andalusia and Madrid (Spain)

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  • Rueda Cantuche, José Manuel


    (Department of Quantitative Methods for Economics and Business Administration, Universidad Pablo de Olavide)

El proceso de comparación estructural de una economía a través de la producción, el valor añadido bruto en términos absolutos y el empleo arroja una serie de interrogantes sobre las distintas fuentes de variación estructurales en los procesos productivos a nivel sectorial entre dos regiones. El análisis input-output de descomposición estructural estudia dichas fuentes a partir de cuatro tipos diferentes de causas: diferencias en procesos tecnológicos, en demanda final interior, en comercio exterior y en la productividad laboral. En este trabajo se aplica una variante del procedimiento propuesto por Skolka (1989) para el análisis de las estructuras productivas de una misma región en distintos momentos del tiempo, que consiste en la realización de un análisis interregional (entre regiones) dentro de un mismo período, a saber, entre una región como la Comunidad de Madrid, caracterizada por ser una economía de aglomeración, y Andalucía, una de las regiones menos desarrolladas en España = The structural comparison of an economy, as represented, for example, by variations in the level of outputs, value added and of employment, raises questions about the sources of structural differences between two different regions through different production processes of individual industries. Input-output structural decomposition can ascribe the source of these differences to four kinds of causes: production technological processes, domestic final demand, foreign trade and labour productivity. Through input-output analysis, this paper develops a variant of Skolka’s (1989) procedure for intertemporal structural analysis of a region, which consists in an inter-regional analysis for a predetermined period of time between Andalusia, one of the less developed regions in Spain, and the Community of Madrid, which is a good example of an agglomeration economy.

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Article provided by Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Department of Quantitative Methods for Economics and Business Administration in its journal Revista de Métodos Cuantitativos para la Economía y la Empresa = Journal of Quantitative Methods for Economics and Business Administration.

Volume (Year): 1 (2006)
Issue (Month): 1 (June)
Pages: 38-57

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Handle: RePEc:pab:rmcpee:v:1:y:2006:i:1:p:38-57
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