Un análisis estructural de la economía andaluza a través de matrices de contabilidad social: 1990-19991
Social accounting matrices are an instrument that allow us to enlarge information provided by the input-output analysis when studying the intersectorial relationships of an economy, the behavior of consumers, the public sector or the foreign sector; while being able to complete the income flow of rent. In this work, we use the social accounting matrices for Andalusia corresponding to the years 1990, 1995 and 1999, elaborated in previous works. With this information we carry out a structural analysis of the Andalusian economy by means of the methodology denominated path analysis. With this technique, we will obtain the changes experienced in productive structure and demand of this region in the last decade. We will also ponder what sectors have most strongly contributed to regional economic activity. Finally we will quantify the influence of sectorial shocks on they themselves and on the rest of sectors of the Andalusian economy.
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