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El proceso europeo de integración económica y sus efectos sobre la estructura productiva: eficiencia económica versus cohesión económica y social. El caso de España


  • Tatiana Fernández Sirera

    (Institut Universitari d’Estudis Europeus, Univ. Autónoma de Barcelona)


Esta comunicación sistematiza los efectos principales del proceso europeo de integración económica sobre el sector productivo español. Plantea también la dificultad de combinar los objetivos de cohesión económica y social y de optimización de la estructura productiva para maximizar la eficiencia económica. Y, por último, argumenta que una Unión Europea con un elevado grado de cohesión económica y social requiere, necesariamente, la definición de una política industrial activa y de una política redistributiva europeas.

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  • Tatiana Fernández Sirera, 2003. "El proceso europeo de integración económica y sus efectos sobre la estructura productiva: eficiencia económica versus cohesión económica y social. El caso de España," Revista de Economía Crítica, Asociación de Economía Crítica, vol. 1, pages 153-173.
  • Handle: RePEc:ret:ecocri:rec01_09

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