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Los efectos medioambientales del boom y el parón inmobiliario


  • Luisa Fernanda Gutierrez
  • Gustavo A. Marrero
  • Luis A. Puch


Muchos expertos consideran el aumento registrado en las emisiones de CO2 en España desde mediados de los 90 una auténtica anomalía. Dicha anomalía podría resultar no serlo tanto cuando se relaciona la evolución de las emisiones con el boom inmobiliario. Este artículo muestra que el incremento de las emisiones coincide con un aumento continuado en el consumo energético de los sectores industriales que han suministrado cemento, yeso, vidrio y cerámica al sector de la construcción, así como de las actividades de transporte relacionadas. Por tanto, un cambio en el modelo productivo en España no sólo podría beneficiar a nuestra productividad, competitividad y al mercado laboral, sino también al cumplimiento de nuestros compromisos medioambientales. A la espera de dicho cambio, el artículo aporta evidencia acerca de las consecuencias energéticas y medioambientales del parón inmobiliario.

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  • Luisa Fernanda Gutierrez & Gustavo A. Marrero & Luis A. Puch, 2010. "Los efectos medioambientales del boom y el parón inmobiliario," Economic Reports 01-2010, FEDEA.
  • Handle: RePEc:fda:fdacee:01-2010

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    1. Antonia Diaz & Luis A. Puch & Maria D. Guillo, 2004. "Costly Capital Reallocation and Energy Use," Review of Economic Dynamics, Elsevier for the Society for Economic Dynamics, vol. 7(2), pages 494-518, April.
    2. Gustavo A. Marrero & Francisco J. Ramos-Real, 2008. "La intensidad energética en los sectores productivos en la UE-15 durante 1991 y 2005: ¿Es el caso español diferente?," Economic Reports 08-08, FEDEA.
    3. Gustavo A. Marrero, 2009. "Greenhouse gases emissions, growth and the energy mix in Europe: a dynamic panel data approach," Working Papers 2009-16, FEDEA.
    4. Gustavo A. Marrero, 2007. "Traditional versus unobserved components methods to forecast quarterly national account aggregates," Journal of Forecasting, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol. 26(2), pages 129-153.
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    1. Vicent Alcántara Escolano & Emilio Padilla Rosa, 2020. "CO2 emissions of the construction sector in Spain during the real estate boom: input–output subsystem analysis and decomposition," Working Papers wpdea2003, Department of Applied Economics at Universitat Autonoma of Barcelona.
    2. Gustavo A. Marrero & Francisco J. Ramos-Real, 2013. "Activity Sectors and Energy Intensity: Decomposition Analysis and Policy Implications for European Countries (1991–2005)," Energies, MDPI, Open Access Journal, vol. 6(5), pages 1-20, May.

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