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Modelos econometricos del empleo en España: analisis comparativo de especificaciones dinamicas e impacto de la industria manufacturera sobre el empleo no agrario, 1964-2003

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  • Guisan, Maria-Carmen


Este documento presenta un análisis comparativo del empleo en España y en la UE, y relaciona la evolución del empleo no agrario con el impacto positivo del desarrollo del sector manufacturero sobre los demás sectores no agrarios, particularmente sobre el sector servicios. El estudio econométrico del empleo no agrario en España durante el período 1964-2003 pone de manifiesto que el modelo dinámico mixto y el modelos CE con relación contemporánea muestran muy buenos resultados en comparación con otras especificaciones dinámicas. Las principales conclusiones resaltan el importante efecto positivo directo e indirecto del desarrollo industrial sobre el empleo no agrario. También se analiza el impacto de otros factores que influyen en el crecimiento del empleo en España tanto a nivel nacional como regional.

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Paper provided by University of Santiago de Compostela. Faculty of Economics and Business. Econometrics. in its series Economic Development with number 77.

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Date of creation: 2004
Handle: RePEc:eaa:ecodev:77
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