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Series anuales de algunos agregados económicos y demográficos regionales, 1955-2009 (RegDat versión 2.3)

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En una serie de trabajos anteriores he construido series largas de diversos agregados económicos regionales enlazando las distintas bases de la Contabilidad Regional de España entre sí y con las series históricas elaboradas por la Fundación BBVA. Puesto que esta última fuente sólo ofrece datos para años impares, las series enlazadas heredan esta característica desde 1955 hasta 1989. En la presente nota se construyen series anuales completas de las variables de interés utilizando un sencillo procedimiento de interpolación que incorpora la información anual disponible a nivel nacional para estas variables.

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  • Angel de la Fuente, 2010. "Series anuales de algunos agregados económicos y demográficos regionales, 1955-2009 (RegDat versión 2.3)," Economic Reports 12-2010, FEDEA.
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