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A Financial Social Accounting Matrix for the Spanish Economy


  • Luis Enrique Pedauga
  • Aray, Henry
  • Velazquez, Agustín


This article goes beyond the traditional methodology of Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) at building a Financial Social Accounting Matrix for Spain (FSAM). It has had to overcome the difficulties that arise at consolidating the data from the National Statistics Institute (INE) and the Bank of Spain (BE). A RAS methodology is proposed to estimate the property income distribution when no official data are available. Financial Social Accounting Matrix This is the first FSAM for the Spanish economy which could provides new tools to deepen the analysis of the financial sector and the determinants of financial stability associated with the interaction with other sectors of the economy.

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  • Luis Enrique Pedauga & Aray, Henry & Velazquez, Agustín, 2016. "A Financial Social Accounting Matrix for the Spanish Economy," EcoMod2016 9490, EcoMod.
  • Handle: RePEc:ekd:009007:9490

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    Spain; General equilibrium modeling; Finance;

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