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La mineria en Galicia: analisis economico cuantitativo

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Los romanos consideraban a Galicia como un "coto minero" de especial relevancia para el Imperio, por sus ricos yacimientos de oro, plata, hierro, cobre, estaño, plomo... que poblaban su territorio. En el contexto de las dos Guerras Mundiales, y con finalidades belicas, adquieren importante protagonismo las extracciones gallegas de wolframio y estaño. En la actualidad la "vocacion" minera de esta Comunidad, dentro de lo que se dio en llamar la "nueva mineria" (productos de cantera y minerales industriales) sigue siendo fundamental en el contexto español y en algunos casos, como el de las pizarras, en el mundial (Galicia es el primer nucleo producto mundial de pizarra elaborada). Dado el relieve de la mineria en Galicia, estudiamos en este trabajo las caracteristicas de la actividad minera, su importancia dentro del ambito industrial y global de la economia gallega y española, la evolucion comparativa de esta actividad en Galicia y España, la participacion de la mineria gallega en la española, efectuamos un analisis al nivel de las provincias gallegas y concluimos con las consideraciones mas destacadas de lo expuesto.

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  • Rodriguez, X.A.., 1995. "La mineria en Galicia: analisis economico cuantitativo," Economic Development 5, University of Santiago de Compostela. Faculty of Economics and Business. Econometrics..
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