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Impacto del sector privado en la eficiencia de los aeropuertos españoles

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  • Roberto Rendeiro Martín-Cejas
  • Pedro González de la Fe
  • Beatriz Tovar

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Este trabajo valora la eficiencia del sector privado en la provisión de servicios en los aeropuertos españoles. En primer lugar se revisa la evolución del modelo de gestión de aeropuertos a nivel internacional, destacándose aquellos aspectos que han tenido mayor impacto en los resultados económicos de la industria aeroportuaria. Posteriormente se describe la evolución del modelo de gestión de los aeropuertos españoles, valorando la participación del sector privado en la prestación de servicios auxiliares. Esta valoración se realiza mediante la estimación de una frontera de eficiencia que permitirá cuantificar en qué medida dicha participación ha sido o no positiva. Se utiliza un enfoque paramétrico y se estima una función distancia.

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  • Roberto Rendeiro Martín-Cejas & Pedro González de la Fe & Beatriz Tovar, 2008. "Impacto del sector privado en la eficiencia de los aeropuertos españoles," Economic Reports 07-08, FEDEA.
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