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Influencia de la cultura en el desarrollo económico regional de España (1983-2001)

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  • Antonio Rafael Peña Sánchez

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El objetivo planteado en este trabajo es analizar la influencia que la cultura, a partir de la utilización de la única base de datos disponible en la actualidad de capital social a nivel regional en la economía española, ha ejercido sobre la productividad y el nivel de desarrollo económico de las regiones españolas en el periodo 1983-2001. Los resultados obtenidos en las estimaciones econométricas elaboradas permiten avalar la hipótesis de que el capital social ha influido positiva y significativamente en la productividad y el nivel de desarrollo económico de las regiones españolas. En este sentido, se concluye que resulta aconsejable definir y poner en práctica políticas que favorezcan las redes sociales, sobre todo en las regiones más débiles, con el fin de facilitar un proceso de convergencia regional que haga factible un mayor grado de cohesión económico y social entre las Comunidades Autónomas españolas.

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  • Antonio Rafael Peña Sánchez, 2008. "Influencia de la cultura en el desarrollo económico regional de España (1983-2001)," Economic Reports 03-08, FEDEA.
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