Structure Industrielle, Externalités Dynamiques Et Croissance Locale Au Maroc
This article examines the impacts of the initial industrial structure of Moroccan provinces on their economic growth between 1985 and 1999 using a panel data model dealing with heterogeneous parameters. Results show the importance of both specialization (MAR externalities) and diversity (Jacob externalities). They also highlight a certain tendency of semi-peripheral provinces, which attract low-technology industries and clothing, to catch up with the central region (the Metropolitan Area of Grand Casablanca) which is directed towards medium-technology industries.
Volume (Year): 25 (2007)
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