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Patrones Presupuestarios De Las Ccaa Y Su Evolucion En 2007-2010: Especial Referencia A Galicia

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    Este estudio analiza los cambios experimentados en la política de gasto de la Comunidad Autónoma de Galicia como consecuencia de la crisis económica. Para ello, se realiza una comparación temporal del gasto presupuestario autonómico de los años 2007 –año que marca el fin de la etapa de expansión– y 2010 –año marcado por el signo de la recesión económica– efectuándose, asimismo, una comparativa con el resto de las comunidades autónomas (CC.AA.). El artículo muestra que, a pesar de existir una estructura presupuestaria básica que permite explicar una gran parte del gasto de las autonomías, existen diferencias en sus políticas de gasto derivadas de las distintas competencias asumidas por cada comunidad autónoma, así como de sus recursos disponibles. La utilización de técnicas estadísticas factoriales consigue, en primer lugar, identificar diferencias en las pautas presupuestarias de gasto autonómico y los patrones comunes; en segundo lugar, determinar los cambios experimentados en esos patrones de gasto como consecuencia de la crisis económica; y por último, segmentar el conjunto de CC.AA. atendiendo a sus políticas de gasto. This paper analyzes the experienced changes in the public expenditure patterns of the Galician Autonomic Community as a consequence of the current economic crisis. With this aim, it has been made a comparison between the 2007 budget, the last one of the expansion phase, and the 2010 one, marked by the economic recession. Besides this, we have made a comparison with the other Spanish Autonomic Communities. The paper shows that there is a quite general common budget structure, but also differences among them due to different decentralized powers and varying resource levels. Using factorial statistical techniques the paper has addressed three objectives: firstly, to identify common patterns in the Autonomic budgets as well as their differences; secondly, to determine the changes in those patterns as a consequence of the crisis; and, finally, to categorize the set of Autonomic communities in subgroups according to their expenditure policies.

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    Article provided by University of Santiago de Compostela. Faculty of Economics and Business. in its journal Revista Galega de Economía.

    Volume (Year): 23 (2014)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 5-34

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