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La base de datos BD.EURS (NACE Rev.1)

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  • Escriba, Javier

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    (Universidad de Valencia)

  • Murgui , M.ª José

    ()

    (Universidad de Valencia)

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    El objetivo de este documento es el de presentar la base de datos de regiones europeas desagregadas sectorialmente BD.EURS. Esta base es el resultado de analizar la calidad y la congruencia de las diferentes fuentes estadísticas disponibles sobre las variables macroeconómicas básicas —VAB en nominales y reales, empleo, formación bruta de capital fijo y stock de capital— para los países y a nivel NUTS-2. En esta primera versión de la BD.EURS nos hemos limitado a 121 regiones de nueve países europeos, aquellas regiones en las que se dispone de mayor calidad y cantidad de información para el periodo 1995-2007. Éstas son: las regiones de Bélgica, Alemania, Francia, Italia, Holanda, Austria, Portugal, Suecia y España. La fuente básica de información son las series regionales de EUROSTAT y utilizando también como referencia la información existente para países especialmente en las bases AMECO y EU-KLEMS. The purpose of this document is to present the European regional database of economic indicators with disaggregated information in six sectors (BD.EURS). This basis is the result of analyzing the quality and consistency of the different statistical sources available on the basic macroeconomic variables —GVA in current and constant prices, employment, gross fixed capital formation and capital stock— for countries and at level NUTS-2. In this first version of the database, only information about 121 regions from nine European countries is presented. These are those regions which provide higher quality and quantity of information for the period 1995-2007. They are: the regions of Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Sweden and Spain. The basic source of information is the regional series of EUROSTAT and also using as a reference the existing information for countries especially in databases, AMECO and EUKLEMS. Keywords: Macroeconomic data; european NUTS2.

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    Article provided by Asociación Española de Ciencia Regional in its journal Investigaciones Regionales.

    Volume (Year): (2014)
    Issue (Month): 28 ()
    Pages: 173-194

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    Handle: RePEc:ris:invreg:0259
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