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Delimitación y características de las áreas rurales en los municipios y las provincias españolas

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  • Francisco J. Goerlich

    (Universitat de València e IVIE)

  • Ernest Reig

    (Universitat de València e IVIE)

  • Isidro Cantarino

    (Universitat Politècnica de València)

Este artículo pretende establecer criterios para delimitar de modo riguroso qué es lo que constituye un territorio rural o urbano, dadas las limitaciones de las metodologías tradicionales. En segundo lugar, se propone una tipología rural/urbana a escala municipal para España tomando en consideración tres criterios: la demografía – combinando densidades con umbrales mínimos de población -, la información sobre coberturas y usos del suelo y el grado de accesibilidad desde el mundo rural a las ciudades. Tras establecer la existencia de seis tipos distintos de municipios se procede a una caracterización de las provincias españolas en cuatro categorías diferentes haciendo uso de un análisis clúster.

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Paper provided by Department of Applied Economics II, Universidad de Valencia in its series Working Papers with number 1606.

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Date of creation: Sep 2016
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