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Especialización sectorial, competitividad y eficiencia productiva en el sector agroalimentario andaluz en el periodo 2000-2007

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  • Antonio Rafael Peña Sánchez

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El objetivo fundamental de este trabajo es analizar la eficiencia productiva y la competitividad de la industria agroalimentaria de Andalucía en el conjunto de las regiones españolas, estudiar la especialización sectorial y las disparidades regionales existentes en la productividad del sector agroalimentario en el periodo 2000-2007 y detectar las potencialidades de la industria agroalimentaria andaluza.

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  • Antonio Rafael Peña Sánchez, 2011. "Especialización sectorial, competitividad y eficiencia productiva en el sector agroalimentario andaluz en el periodo 2000-2007," Economic Working Papers at Centro de Estudios Andaluces E2011/01, Centro de Estudios Andaluces.
  • Handle: RePEc:cea:doctra:e2011_01
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    productividad aparente del empleo; especialización sectorial; competitividad; disparidades económicas; capitalización del empleo.;

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