The Impact Of Eu Regional Policy In Galicia. An Overview
This article’s aim is to present the principal quantitative Studies on the impact of the Structural Funds on Galician economic basic indicators. It begins with a presentation of the volume and assignment of community funds between the different Spanish regions from 1986 until 2006. The most important conclusion that can be reached is that though in relative terms, it is not possible to speak in Galicia of an approximation or active convergence, that is to say, in terms of production, to the Spanish average or to the most developed regions, in absolute terms, the different analyzed studies present an improvement of the macroeconomic variables: production, GVA, employment or capital stock.
Volume (Year): 17 (2008)
Issue (Month): ex ()
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