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Estimación de la renta bruta disponible municipal mediante técnicas de econometría espacial: Un ejercicio de aplicación

  • José Daniel Buendía Azorín
  • Miguel Esteban Yago
  • José Carlos Sánchez de la Vega
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    RESUMEN El hecho de que en España no existan estadísticas oficiales de renta en el ámbito intrarregional municipal junto con la necesidad de conocer la situación económica y social de los diferentes territorios para la planificación de un desarrollo equilibrado en cada uno de ellos, ha propiciado un aumento de los trabajos en el terreno municipal para cubrir la laguna informativa de una de las principales macromagnitudes económicas, como es la renta bruta disponible de los hogares (RDBH), que permita evaluar y analizar el progreso económico y social de los diferentes territorios locales. Este trabajo pretende proporcionar una información estadística fiable de dicha macromagnitud, mediante la estimación de un modelo espacial de la renta en el ámbito geográfico municipal utilizando técnicas de econometría espacial que incorporan las características de interdependencia y heterogeneidad espacial y, por tanto, dotándole de mayor robustez frente a las técnicas de econometría convencional. ABSTRACT The fact that in Spain there are no official statistics of gross disposable income in the municipalities together with the need to know the economic and social situation of the different territories for the planning of a balanced development in each of them, has led to an increase of work on the ground municipal to cover the information gap of one of the main features economic, as is the gross disposable income of households (GDIH), to assess and analyze the economic and social progress of the different local territories. This work intended to provide a reliable statistical information of such macromagnitud, through the estimate of a model space of the income in the geographical scope municipal using techniques of econometrics space incorporating the characteristics of interdependence and spatial heterogeneity and, therefore, with more robust compared to the techniques of econometrics conventional.

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    Article provided by Universidades Públicas de Andalucía in its journal Revista de Estudios Regionales.

    Volume (Year): 01 (2012)
    Issue (Month): ()
    Pages: 119-142

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