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Especialización productiva y asimetrías en las fluctuaciones económicas en las regiones europeas

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  • Jordi Pons Novell
  • Daniel A. Tirado Fabregat

En este trabajo se explora la hipótesis de existencia de una relación inversa entre la especialización productiva de las regiones europeas y la simetría de las fluctuaciones cíclicas de las mismas. Para ello se construye un índice de asimetrías de las fluctuaciones cíclicas del PIB per capita regional europeo y, a partir del mismo, se contrasta la existencia de una relación entre la especialización productiva de las regiones y este índice. Por lo que respecta a la cuantificación de las asimetrías, del estudio se deriva la existencia de un patrón geográfico en las fluctuaciones cíclicas de las regiones europeas que sitúa a la cuenca mediterránea en los niveles más altos de asincronía. Por otra parte, la evidencia empírica encontrada confirma la existencia de una relación inversa entre especialización productiva y sincronía en el ciclo económico regional y la importancia del tamaño de las asimetrías dentro del propio país y en las regiones vecinas para explicar su magnitud en las regiones europeas.

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Paper provided by FEDEA in its series Working Papers with number 2002-23.

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